ONSITE FRAMING TIME CUT IN HALF
“With wall panel design and truss design both being handled in SAPPHIRE®, we can cut onsite framing time in half,” designer, Ken Pappadis said. The result? Error-free, code-compliant optimized wood frames, put up in just over half the time as a similar structure that is stick framed onsite.
COLLABORATE DURING THE DESIGN
Their objective? Create an error-free, code-compliant wood frame. Their solution: collaborate during the design and construction phases to avoid misalignments and errors.
With…SAPPHIRE, we can cut onsite framing time in half.”
Timber Technologies, a wall panel designer and framing contractor, and Precision Truss & Lumber, who produce roof and floor trusses, designed a 141,753-square-foot wood-framed building. The objective: create an error-free, code-compliant optimized wood frame. To avoid mis-alignments and errors, they collaborated during the design and construction phases.
If one company does the walls (Timber Technologies) and another company does the floor and roof trusses (Precision Truss & Lumber), what ties them together? How can they possibly collaborate effectively?