Redwood is a favorite material among architects, designers, builders, and homeowners because of its natural strength, beauty, and overall performance characteristics as a sustainable building material. Humboldt Redwood is pleased to provide the following redwood architectural information resources for building professionals to learn more about application details, technical and engineering data, as well as an AIA course that provides insight into specifying redwood as a sustainable building product.
Complete a request for your organization to receive an AIA accredited continuing professional education credit from the California Redwood Association. Credit earned upon completion of the course will be reported to AIA CES for current AIA members. The course offers insight into redwood as a sustainable building product.
Humboldt Redwood offers two, innovative design tools for architects, designers, homeowners, and anyone else interested in using redwood. All you need to create your free account is a valid email address.
Redwood certified to Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) standards will count towards credit achievement under both LEED 2009 and LEED v4.
Access redwood structural design values, fire exposure ratings, and redwood lumber patterns.
Learn more about the exterior and interior applications of redwood, redwood maintenance and finishing tips, and redwood lumber grades with a series of architectural design specification documents.