Timber frame construction, the acknowledged bible for timber frame, has been in demand consistently since its first edition in 1988.
This 5th edition responds to further increases in thermal standards, evolving alternative methods of timber frame construction and the industry s migration from BS 5268 (now withdrawn) to Eurocode 5. Nearly all the illustrations have been revised.
Timber frame construction is the definitive design guide for timber frame buildings Incorporates latest requirements for Part L and increased performance.
All drawings revised Guidance for both Eurocode 5 and BS 5268 now included Recommended by the UK Timber Frame Association.
For alternative forms of timber construction, please see the related book on Innovative timber in construction, also by the same authors, which includes SIPS, cross-laminated timber, engineered stud and twin stud methods.
About the author
Robin Lancashire is BM TRADA's Senior Timber Frame Consultant.
He has extensive on-site experience of timber frame buildings, in various forms at all stages of construction.
His work involves him providing advice on best practice construction to all areas of the timber frame industry from architects and their clients, to main contractors and building owners.
Lewis Taylor is a Timber Frame Consultant at BM TRADA.
In addition to his extensive experience of Timber Frame buildings, Lewis also provides consultancy on thermal performance, thermal bridging and low energy building design.
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