The Story of Six-Storey

October 16, 2009 at 3:51 pm Leave a comment

A hundred planner- and construction-type afficionados turned out to a PlanTalk session to get the back-story on six-storey wood-frame construction.  Three speakers covered the ground, from big-picture overview to the nuts and bolts (and nails and screws). 

Speakers were Guido Wimmers, Equilibrium Consulting Inc.; Dave Ramslie, Cascadia Region Green Building Council; and Murray Frank, Constructive Home Solutions Inc.

You can here them here in this audio podcast. 

This was a jointly hosted PlanTalk by the Planning Institute of B.C., the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the City Program.

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