Explore the value of a hybrid structural system.

Hybrid structural solutions utilize the strengths and properties of different materials to achieve design and performance objectives. Projects may combine mass timber floors and ceilings with wood-frame walls, or introduce steel and concrete core elements where they make sense for structural efficiency. The WoodWorks Innovation Network can help you decide whether an all-wood or hybrid system is right for your project. Connect with experienced professionals. Ask questions. Put together a project team.

Recent Hybrid Projects

Heartline

Portland, OR

Brightwater Center

Woodinville, WA

Mixed-Use Campus

Los Angeles, CA

IslandWood

Bainbridge Island, WA

Bullitt Center

Seattle, WA

Athenian School

Danville, CA

Tsingtao Pearl Visitors Center

Rizhao Shi, Shandong Sheng

Waterford Graded School

Waterford, WI

Terrace House

Vancouver, BC

Stamford Media Village

Stamford, CT

Fair-Haired Dumbbell

Portland, OR

120 Clay

Portland, OR

Cirrus

Denver, CO

2100 Kettner

San Diego, CA

Brentwood Public Library

Brentwood, CA

Outpost

Hood River, OR

901 East Sixth

Austin, TX

Warehouse Artist Lofts

Sacramento, CA

Vaisala

Louisville, CO

Judson Mill

Greenville, SC

Gama Goat

Charlotte, NC

We’re stronger together.

Our network of affiliated professionals offer a wealth of shared knowledge, expertise, and opportunity for growth. Find experienced professionals who share a mutual interest in the future of timber design and construction.

Join the network of hybrid pros.

Membership in the WoodWorks Innovation Network gives you access to experienced professionals working in mass timber and hybrid building technologies. Post your projects and experience for the opportunity to engage with developers and others who may want to collaborate on projects.

Let’s raise the bar.

Tap into the knowledge and experience of experts in mass timber construction. Connect with architects, engineers, and developers, and see how others are approaching their designs. Learn how to avoid pitfalls like outdated or incongruent building codes, and find resources you need.

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