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The Tallest Timber Building in Scotland - CLT Installation and Construction, online

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 22 July 2021
  • 18:00 - 19:00
The Tallest Timber Building in Scotland - CLT Installation and Construction, online

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The Ellerslie Crescent Project led by CCG Scotland Ltd. in Yoker, West Glasgow is the Tallest Timber Building in Scotland at 7 storeys tall.
This is a mid-market rent residential building with 42 flats, mostly 2-bedrooms constructed in 2016 and 2017. The entire superstructure is made from Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) including the lift shaft and communal staircase areas. The talk will kick-off with an introduction to the UK market relevant to the need for CLT, leading onto a simulation-based occupational health and safety analysis of the CLT panels and connectors installation.
The event will conclude with a look into the full extents of construction operations on the project. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and have a discussion with fellow ICE members.

'Research project funded by Construction Scotland Innovation Centre https://www.cs-ic.org/. Includes research conducted by University of Glasgow, Edinburgh Napier University and the University of Alberta'

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Dr Mila Duncheva

Edinburgh Napier University
A Chartered Construction Manager with 5 years’ experience in Timber Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) innovation. Mila’s work draws together process productivity with knowledge and skills development using research methods ranging from structured qualitative documents review to quantitative econometrics. Mila has authored 13 skills workbooks on MMC, 7 market analysis reports on MMC in the U.K., 5 scientific journal and conference papers and 4 reports on lessons learnt from UK MMC pilot projects -  further found at www.offsiteready.com

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United Kingdom

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Lynn Dow

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