Chantiers Chibougamau, also known as Nordic Structures, has achieved its Forest Stewardship Councils (FSC) forest certification.
B.C. Premier John Horgan recently announced that the province will focus on mass timber construction in order to bolster the forest products industry.
John Hogan, in a call with representatives of COFI announced the appointment of Ravi Kahlon, to lead the expansion and use of mass timber in B.C. buildings.
The Georgia Assembly on Tuesday (6/16) cleared the way for builders and developers to construct mid-rise buildings built mostly of wood.
Hillary Frantz is the head of the Washington State Commission of Public Lands and she is working diligently to find ways to shorten the state’s forest-fire season, with a special focus on Eastern Washington.
The Central Credit Union Arena on the University of Idaho’s Moscow campus is set to become a unique showcase of the Idaho’s wood industry.
The use of cross-laminated timbers in exterior and partition walls, floors and roofs continues to gain popularity around the world. Could it be used for highway bridges too?
Katerra’s cross-laminated timber (CLT) factory in Spokane Valley, Washington has received Chain of Custody (CoC) certification under three major certification programs.
The City of Vancouver, B.C., Council has just approved a by-law amendment which will allow, starting July 1st, 2020, mass timber construction up 12-stories for residential and commercial use.
The USDA forest service has announced that it is awarding two $250,000 grants for use in the development of wood innovation projects.