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There is a strong case to be made for using wood in school construction, both to accommodate a growing number of students with structures that are cost effective, and to do so while creating high-performance buildings that are safe, resilient, and appealing.
Across the United States, there is high demand for new schools. In 2015, an estimated $6.1 billion was spent on new school construction, and educational facilities accounted for about 88 million square feet of the nonresidential market. With accommodation for an estimated 2.8 million more students required by 2024, these numbers can only increase.
Learning Objectives – After this course, you should be able to:
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