Video: Reverse Labor Shortage Enables Site-Built Trusses?

Originally published by: The Journal of Light ConstructionJanuary 14, 2021

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In this video, architect Steve Baczek goes on-site to discuss the benefits of site-built trusses, detailing their role in distributing the roof load and the aesthetic value they bring to a build. To be clear, these trusses were pre-cut in Canada, trucked to the site, then assembled. In the same video, he goes back to the classroom to discuss how site-built trusses can replace columns and how they resemble floor framing, walking us step-by-step through integrating them into construction plans.

 

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