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Presentation of CLT Compartment Fire Behaviour Project

As some of you may already know, last year we created a new Special Interest Group (SIG) within the Structural Timber Association (STA) to investigate the specifics of fire performance of mass timber compartments. This STA SIG is formed by the STA, mass timber manufacturers, UK installers and research partners.

We are holding a webinar on the 1st October to inform potential stakeholders how the group works and what are its objectives, we will introduce the basic concepts of fire safety engineering and how mass timber responds to the traditional approach for fire safety design, and finally, we will talk about the new compliance roadmap we have developed for the construction of mass timber buildings in the UK.

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ReportsNEW UPLOADS:

To access the new Research Reports the Structural Timber Association has produced in collaboration with Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), the University of Edinburgh and BRE - click here

These include:

  • Structural Timber Buildings Fire Safety In Use Guidance Volume 1 - Pattern Book Systems
  • Structural Timber Buildings Fire Safety In Use Guidance Volume 2 - Cavity Barriers and Fire Stopping

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