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John W. Olver Design Building University of Massachusetts, USA

Investor University of Massachusetts Building Authority
Boston, MA, USA
www.umass.edu

In September 2017, the Design Building at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst was completed. The $52 million project is one of the largest timber structures in the USA and one of the largest wood-concrete composite projects in the world.

Pavilions at Oslo Airport in Gardermoen, Norway

Planning, Fabrication, Assembly Blumer-Lehmann AG
Gossau, Switzerland
www.blumer-lehmann.ch
Investor Oslo Lufthavn SA
Norway
www.osl.no

The following data relate to Pavilion M1.

Length: ~ 27 m | Width: ~ 19 m | Height: ~ 5 m
Number of Nodes: 3,216 | Members: 4,066 | Cross-Sections: 47

In the new terminal of the international airport Oslo-Gardermoen, five pavilions have been built to provide a space for duty‑free shops and restaurants.

Blumer-Lehmann AG, in cooperation with Lindner Group, planned, fabricated and assembled the freely shaped timber structures.

Wooden Sculpture Edy in St. Moritz, Switzerland

Timber Construction A. Freund Holzbau
Samedan, Switzerland
www.freund-holzbau.ch

A 19‑metre‑high, walkable wooden skier named Edy was the symbolic figure of the World Ski Championships 2017 in St. Moritz.

The monument is a large replica of the deceased skier Edy Reinalter from St. Moritz. Edy the sculpture, with a total weight of 18 tons, accompanied all ceremonies in Kulm Park, such as projections, dance and climbing shows, and TV presentations.

Five-Storey Timber Passive House in Friedrichshafen, Germany

Structural Engineering Structural Analysis, Thermal Insulation, Energy Balancing, Architectural Acoustics
Pirmin Jung Deutschland GmbH
Sinzig, Germany
www.pirminjung.de

More and more cities and towns, especially in southern Germany, are open for multi‑storey timber buildings. The wood construction company Müllerblaustein Holzbau GmbH has convinced the German city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance of this apartment building concept.

18-Story Mass Timber Hybrid Student Residence, Canada

Structural Engineering Fast + Epp
Vancouver, BC, Canada
www.fastepp.com

Brock Commons is an 18‑story mass timber hybrid student residence currently under construction at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

When completed in summer 2017, it will be the tallest mass timber hybrid building in the world at 53 meters high.

Candlewood Suites on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, USA

Structural Engineering Nordic Structures
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
www.nordic.ca

Schaefer
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
www.schaefer-inc.com

The new Candlewood Suites on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, opened in 2016, is the first cross‑laminated timber (CLT) hotel constructed in the United States.

This four story hotel with 92 units serves the lodging needs of the Redstone Arsenal Army post. The walls, floors/roof, and stair and elevator shafts feature 1,782 m3 of CLT material and 366 m3 of glulam material.

Chapel Restoration in Lugo, Spain

Structural Engineering Technical Office and Timber Works
Maderas Besteiro S.L.
Lugo, Spain
www.mbesteiro.com

The chapel adjoining to the old convent of San Pedro in Lugo, Spain, has its original construction dated back to 1690. Its ancient roof structure was based on trusses simply supported in putlog holes located in the main wall of the church. Over time, the lower vault of the structure deteriorated to the point of limiting access to the interior.

The renovation consisted of completely replacing the roof in order to make the space below fully usable again and to provide natural light to the main temple room through the stunning church windows. Previously, the windows were boarded up in order to support the roof trusses.

"Little Flower" Monastery in British Columbia, Canada

Structural Engineering Structural Analysis
Ing. Berger, Ing. Gadner
Merano, Italy

The monastery "Little Flower" was built in 2015, situated in beautiful scenery of green meadows, mountains and crystal-clear lakes. The little monastery is equipped with 18 bedrooms, a chapel, a dining room, a kitchen as well as a conference room.

"Salvador Allende" Gym in Cavezzo, Italy

Structural Engineering Structural Analysis
Studio Ergodomus - Ing. Franco Piva and Ing. Cristiano Benacchio
Pergine Valsugana (TN) , Italy
www.ergodomus.it

Cavezzo is one of the towns in the region of Emilia damaged by the 2012 earthquake. As a result of this event, many public and private structures were heavily damaged and became uninhabitable. The municipal gym is one of these structures which had damages so serious that it was necessary to completely demolish the existing structure made of reinforced concrete. The foundation was instead partially left on site.

Look-Out Tower "Himmelsstürmer" in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

Structural Engineering Andreas Wirth
Freiburg, Germany
www.wirth-baustatik.de

Length: 5.40 m | Width: 5.40 m | Height: ~ 36 m | Weight: ~ 64 t
Number of Nodes: 429 | Finite Elements: 10,262

A highlight of the 2014 State Garden Show in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany, is the look-out tower "Himmelsstürmer" which is almost 40 m high. It is made of approximately 176 m³ of cross‑laminated timber and consists of an inner and an outer tower.

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