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Wood and Other Materials Used to Construct Nonresidential Buildings in the United States 2011 Executive SummaryAuthor(s): David B. McKeever
Source: APA-The Engineered Wood Association. Tacoma, WA. 2013; 15 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionThe construction of low-rise nonresidential buildings is an important market for lumber, engineered wood products, and structural and nonstructural wood panels in the United States. This report examines low-rise nonresidential buildings of six or fewer stories. Those with more than six stories are normally severely restricted by building codes from being wood framed.
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CitationMcKeever, David B. 2013. Wood and other materials used to construct nonresidential buildings in the United States 2011 Executive Summary. APA-The Engineered Wood Association. Tacoma, WA. 2013; 15 p.
KeywordsNonresidential construction, wood products consumption, value of new construction, lumber, structural panels, nonstructural panels, engineered wood products, wood I-joists, glulam timber, structural composite lumber, engineered rim boards, cross-laminated timber
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