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Timber frame construction presentation`gr

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Timber frame construction presentation`gr

  1. 1. Gemma RiceGemma Rice Timber FrameTimber Frame ConstructionConstruction
  2. 2. What is “Timber FrameWhat is “Timber Frame Construction”?Construction”?  Timber frame construction consists ofTimber frame construction consists of prefabricated wooden wall panels, timberprefabricated wooden wall panels, timber flooring and roof materials built upon a timberflooring and roof materials built upon a timber framework. These timber components areframework. These timber components are nailed to the framework to provide a sturdynailed to the framework to provide a sturdy skeleton around which the external walls of askeleton around which the external walls of a conventional building are built.conventional building are built.
  3. 3. What is “Timber FrameWhat is “Timber Frame Construction”?Construction”?  Timber Frame Construction is a type ofTimber Frame Construction is a type of ooff-site construction, which simply means “theff-site construction, which simply means “the building of a structure or some element of thatbuilding of a structure or some element of that structure, at a location which is not the samestructure, at a location which is not the same site where the building will be permanentlysite where the building will be permanently located for use.”located for use.” Generally occurs within a manufacturingGenerally occurs within a manufacturing or production plantor production plant
  4. 4. A Typical Timber Frame WallA Typical Timber Frame Wall • The main difference between traditional build and timber frame is that the inner shell is constructed from a timber structure
  5. 5. Timber Frame Construction SequenceTimber Frame Construction Sequence
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  21. 21. Timber Frame Construction –Timber Frame Construction – Standard Two Storey HouseStandard Two Storey House PHASE 1PHASE 1 – The Office– The Office  Engineer receives clients plans and carries outEngineer receives clients plans and carries out structural calculations for the timber frame house.structural calculations for the timber frame house. PHASE 2PHASE 2 – The Factory– The Factory  Floor joists, wall panels and roofFloor joists, wall panels and roof trusses are manufactured accordingtrusses are manufactured according to engineers specifications. The timberto engineers specifications. The timber frame materials are loaded onto a lorryframe materials are loaded onto a lorry and delivered to site.and delivered to site.
  22. 22. Timber Frame Construction –Timber Frame Construction – Standard Two Storey HouseStandard Two Storey House PHASE 3PHASE 3 – The Site –– The Site – DAY 1DAY 1  The base for the timber structure is marked out.The base for the timber structure is marked out. The external walls are erected followed by theThe external walls are erected followed by the internal partitions. The timber floor joists are theninternal partitions. The timber floor joists are then lifted into position with the first floor wall panelslifted into position with the first floor wall panels being installed on top of the floor joists.being installed on top of the floor joists.
  23. 23. Timber Frame Construction –Timber Frame Construction – Standard Two Storey HouseStandard Two Storey House PHASE 3PHASE 3 – The Site –– The Site – DAY 2DAY 2  The roof trusses are lifted by crane andThe roof trusses are lifted by crane and laid into position on top of the first floorlaid into position on top of the first floor wall panels.wall panels.
  24. 24. Timber Frame Construction –Timber Frame Construction – Standard Two Storey HouseStandard Two Storey House PHASE 3PHASE 3 – The Site –– The Site – DAYs 3-5DAYs 3-5  The timber frame is completed as follows:The timber frame is completed as follows:  fire stops and dpc’s are put in placefire stops and dpc’s are put in place  roof is felt and battenedroof is felt and battened  fascia is erectedfascia is erected The Timber Frame House is now ready for the blocklayer,The Timber Frame House is now ready for the blocklayer, glazing, roof tiller, electrician etc !!glazing, roof tiller, electrician etc !!
  25. 25. Advantages ofAdvantages of Timber Frame ConstructionTimber Frame Construction  Speed of ConstructionSpeed of Construction  Quicker on site build time  Shorter programme  Execution of activities concurrently  Reduction in trades on site  Reduced preliminaries  Quicker return on investment  Manufactured in Factory ControlledManufactured in Factory Controlled EnvironmentEnvironment  Dimensionally accurate  Reduced waste and better waste management  Reduction in defects not weather dependant  Factory controlled quality assurance  Increased health and safety  Greater efficiency in the use of transport and resources
  26. 26. Advantages ofAdvantages of Timber Frame ConstructionTimber Frame Construction  Sustainable Method of ConstructionSustainable Method of Construction Energy efficient & environmentally friendly Has low embodied energy if constructed using local timber Timber is recyclable Fast heating due to low thermal mass  Low weightLow weight Light weight construction requires less expensive foundations  Drying Out TimeDrying Out Time  Reduced drying out time for wet trades thus internal finishes completed quicker  Flexibility of DesignFlexibility of Design –– Extensions can be easily added and internal layouts can be
  27. 27. ConclusionConclusion  In recent years off-site construction has revolutionised the way of thinking within the Irish industry when it comes to how we design and build new structures  “Building better faster” has been adapted into the thinking of Irish developers  As a result, timber frame construction has become more and more popular through-out all sectors due to the increase in speed of construction, cost savings and increases in efficiency and sustainability  With more and more emphasis being place on sustainability, the environment, and high energy rated homes, timber frame construction is definitely the way forward.
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