Learning Objectives

  1. Define the term "Acetylated Wood", and gain a basic understanding of it's history.
  2. Learn the benefits of the acetylation process, and why it is a safe, nontoxic alternative to other materials.
  3. Describe how wood used in acetylated wood is natural renewable resource and qualifies for LEED points.
  4. Review global projects- learn why acetylated wood is used in the historical preservation market.


Good class

Alexis Nollet

awesome presentation.

Svetlana Lunev

Great Information

Scott Frank


William Jarratt

another material resource for modified wood in exterior applications

Aavart Patel

Thank you

Jeff Whyte

Very Informative

Jonathan Berkman

Interesting Course

Doug Martin

good course

Anne Smith

Great Presentation

Derreck Travis

good introduction toa product I had not used

Charles Grad

good info

Sam Listi

Great presentation. Really interested to see how this product will start to be used more.

Katherine Ririe

Good class

Mark Kitchens



very interesting new wood treatment I had not heard about.

John D Skodi

Very interesting new wood treatment I had not heard about.

John D Skodi

product specific presentation

Kwei Cheng Chang

Well explained.

Victoria Lambrecht


Wanda Lowrey


Norman Schwartz

Very interesting product - good presentation

Trevor Pontbriand


Runzhu Tian

Great material. Would like to learn more and potentially have a lunch and learn in our office to learn more.

Leila Ammar

It was very interesting - hadn't heard about acetylated wood.

Judith Szabo-Stull

Great course. This subject helped me learn a completely new product.

Rouel de la Paz

Good course.

Robert Sutter

Good intro to a product type that I knew very little about.

Phillip Plaisted

Excellent information

Shawn Xiaotu Xu

Good Class

Joshua Masterson

great presentation, I will use this product

Erik Hendrix

Acetylated Wood: Durable, Stable & Sustainable


Discusses the process of wood acetylation, the resulting changes to wood, applications for this product, its green credentials and a number of case studies involving acetylated wood

Credits: 1 AIA HSW + 1 USGBC/GBCI + 1 AIBC Core LU + 1 AAA Structured LU + 1 AANB, NSAA, ALBNL (EPP)

Length: 1h

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