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Canada “Tops Out” Tallest Wood-Frame Building In The World

Originally published on Green Building Elements. Celebrating the tallest wood-frame building of its kind anywhere in the world, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr recently attended the “topping out” ceremony of the Brock Commons Residence. The new University of British Columbia student housing tower rises 18 stories to reach a stunning 178.8 feet (53 [&hellip Canada “Tops Out” Tallest Wood-Frame Building In The World was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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