The 2016 event will be the largest ever held, with over 400 delegates expected to attend. This is due to the amalgamation of topics from both Frame’s 2014 and 2015 events.
The expanded program will have parallel sessions in the one-day format to cover the range of emerging developments in building design and prefabricated timber and wood construction across Australia.
It’s an exciting time in the industry, with inner-urban population density growth and a spiralling demand for medium-rise dwellings opening the door for prefabricated timber to be used in both multi-residential and commercial building construction projects.
Additionally, next year’s anticipated changes to the National Construction Code to allow construction of timber buildings up to eight levels would provide the potential for designers and builders to utilise timber, and generate the market demand for prefabricated systems.
Frame 2016 will bring together the complete supply chain of timber and prefabrication, with sessions that will facilitate communication and relationships for future business opportunities