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A profile of the nonresidential nonbuilding construction market for lumber and plywoodAuthor(s): H. N. Spelter
Source: (Resource bulletin FPL ; 16):6 p. ; 28 cm.
Publication Series: Resource Bulletin (RB)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionEstimates of the amounts of lumber and plywood used in constructing nonresidential nonbuilding structures in 1982 are presented. The market is stratified by six construction types. Lumber and plywood use is stratified by two end-use categories. Total lumber use is estimated at 507 million board feet. Total plywood use at 362 million square feet (3/8-in. basis). Estimates of lumber and plywood use in nonresidential building construction are presented in a separate report.
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CitationSpelter, H. N. A profile of the nonresidential nonbuilding construction market for lumber and plywood. (Resource bulletin FPL ; 16):6 p. ; 28 cm.
KeywordsMarkets, Lumbe, Plywood, Construction, Consumption, Wood utilization, Softwoods
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