Katerra, has become North America’s only end-to-end supplier of mass timber.
The 4-story mass timber hybrid office building at 7th Ave & Yukon Street, in Vancouver B.C., will be the home of Fast + Epp Engineering Company in late 2020.
The United Kingdom’s provider of affordable homes BoKlok UK, which is jointly owned by Skanska and Ikea, has announced the appointment of TopHat to construct its first houses in the UK.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson knows the value of Arkansas’s timber industry. Nearly 57% of Arkansas is forested and Arkansas is the ninth largest timber producer in the United States.
Engineers and architects across the globe are building revolutionary skyscrapers from one of the most renewable and sustainable materials known to mankind . . . wood.
SmartLam, the cross-laminated timber (CLT) manufacturer is starting up production at the former Columbia Falls, Montana, facility that Plum Creek Timber Co., and Weyerhaeuser had once called home for more than 50 years.
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.’
Chicago-based Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors LLC. is pressing forward with its plan to construct what will be the tallest timber-frame building in the U.S.
Architects are rediscovering wood as an excellent building material for urban spaces.