Architectural Record BE - Building Enclosure

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December 10, 2015 at 2:00 PM EST
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Beyond Airtightness: Factors to Consider When Selecting an Air Barrier
Code compliance, performance, and compatibility
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Energy Efficient Wood Buildings
Strategies for achieving energy objectives with wood-frame structures
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The Impact of Wood Use on North American Forests
Can specifying wood for buildings contribute to forest sustainability?
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Building Materials Matter
Life cycle view supports informed choices, contributes to sustainable design
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Evaluating the Carbon Footprint of Wood Buildings
Reducing greenhouse gases with high-performance structures
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Designing for Earthquakes
Wood is a proven choice for seismic-resistive construction
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Specifying a Safe Dock Lift
A correctly specified dock lift helps ensure safe, efficient and economical loading and unloading of...
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Green Building and Wood Products
Increasing recognition of wood’s environmental advantages
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Designing for High Winds
Wood is a proven choice for wind-resistive construction
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Designing for Fire Protection
Expanding the possibilities of wood design
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Wood and Indoor Environment
Creating beneficial spaces for living, working, well-being
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School Hallway Lockers Made of High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
New fire code-approved HDPE plastic lockers provide green school advantages
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Improving Concrete Durability with Crystalline Technology
Creating concrete that is inherently waterproof and more sustainable
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Western Red Cedar
A proven material offers sustainable warmth for contemporary architecture
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