The use of timbers in the building industry has been growing over the past decade.
A new publication entitled Mass Timber Building and the IBC has been jointly released by the American Wood Council (AWC) and International Code Council (ICC).
Katerra, has become North America’s only end-to-end supplier of mass timber.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is just under 3-months away from deciding what to do with one of Seattle’s most iconic bridges.
Architects throughout Canada are calling for wood to once again become the building material of choice.
Amendment 358 to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2021, is being lauded by the American Wood Council (AWC).
Setra, the Swedish sawmiller, is reporting that in spite of the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have been able to successfully maintain full sawmill production in 2020 and have not had to temporarily furlough any employees.
The Forest Owners Association (FOA) of New Zealand was overjoyed with the announcement from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) of ‘Buildings for Climate Change.’
Robert Glowinski, President and CEO of the American Wood Council (AWC), which is the voice of North American wood products manufacturing, issued a statement following Georgia’s Gov. Brian Kemp’s signing of HB 777, which directs the state Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and its State Codes Advisory Committee to look at and evaluate the International Code Council’s (ICC) 2021 tall mass timber building code changes for early adoption.
A recent webinar hosted by Grow Smart Rhode Island considered the connection and correlation between forest health and new wood-construction technologies in a combination that can significantly reduce carbon emissions.