Use of Wood in Buildings and Bridges

  title={Use of Wood in Buildings and Bridges},
  author={Russell C. Moody and Anton TenWolde},
References 16–14 n North America, most housing and commercial structures built prior to the 20th century used wood as the major structural material. The abundant wood resource formed the basic structure for most houses, commercial buildings, bridges, and utility poles. Today, houses and many light commercial and industrial buildings are made using modern wood structural materials. Recently, there has been increased interest in using wood for various types of transportation structures, including… CONTINUE READING


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