Edward J. Ray Hall, a four-story, 50,000-sf laboratory and classroom building on OSU’s Cascades campus, showcases best practices in mass timber design. Highlighting the structural system, the building features cross-laminated timber roof and floors, concrete shallow foundations, and glued-laminated timber beams and columns as well as a monumental stair of exposed mass plywood construction. Jason Thompson, Principal at catena consulting engineers, will share the design complexities of this Net Zero building.

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Jason Thompson