Woodworks CAD & Revit Details
WoodWorks connects architects and engineers with a variety of tools that support the wood design process, including a growing library of free CAD and REVIT details.
WoodWorks is an initiative of the Wood Products Council, a cooperative venture of major North American wood associations, as well as research organizations, government agencies and other funding partners. WoodWorks was established to provide free technical support as well as education and resources related to the design of non-residential and multi-family wood buildings. Learn more about WoodWorks.
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The following publications are free to download in PDF format and are provided by APA – The Engineered Wood Association. For access to more than 600 publications -- featuring detailed technical information for architects, builders, code officials, engineers, specifiers and others in the trade -- visit the APA Resource Library.
Comprehensive guide to engineered wood construction systems for both residential and commercial/industrial buildings. Includes information on plywood and oriented strand board (wood structural panels), glulam, I-joists, structural composite lumber, typical specifications, and design recommendations for floor, wall, and roof systems, diaphragms, shear walls, fire-rated systems, and methods of finishing.
Includes information on Span Ratings, installation details, cantilever designs, architectural specifications and engineering design properties for APA Performance Rated I-Joists.
Describes techniques and products for code-required connections in wood roof systems in high wind and seismic zones.