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Home BUILDER Magazine —
November/December 2015

BUILDING REPORT: Building Tall in Wood
Lightweight wood framed (LWWF) construction has gained significant popularity over the past decade as a sustainable, cost-effective solution for lowrise multi-level buildings. An interview with Michael Baldinelli, Strik Baldinelli Monizk, on building taller with wood.

VIEW POINTS: Five Businesses, Five Points of View
Net Zero. Social Media. Attracting—and retaining—employees and sub-trades. Building quality affordable housing. Using online video to communicate with buyers. These are the five talking points. Which ones resonate with you and your business?

BUILDING SCIENCE: 2015 National Building Code Preview
A summary of some of the significant changes affecting Housing and Small Buildings in the new NBC, reasons for these changes, and their anticipated outcomes.

EXPERT OPINION: Tech Trends in Residential Construction
A look into how a few growing residential construction technology trends are working together to improve the communities we build.

COMMON CENTS CONSTRUCTION: Uncovering Opportunities
It's a global market and investors are finding Canada an increasingly attractive place to spend their money.

TECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Electromagnetic Fields
More and more Canadians are calling on building professionals to reduce their exposure. Here’s what you need to know.

TOOL TALK: Sensible Solutions for the Jobsite
Sometimes the best solutions to age-old problems aren't sensational techno-wonders. Instead, they're just plain sensible.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY: The power of partnership
UBC’s Wilden Living Lab examines the energy efficiency of building materials.


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