Building the future - with cross-laminated timber

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Cross-laminated timber panels are growing in popularity as architects and engineers realise the sustainability and cost-savings that can be achieved with this timber solution.

Article from In Touch with Timber Magazine Issue 14 (2014)

Suggested Reading

Summary of selected timber research summaries presented at Young Researchers' Conferencenavigation-arrow

The Young Researchers' Conference, the Institution of Structural Engineers' annual research event, brings together young, forward-thinking structural engineering PhD students and researchers, along with industry professionals and academics.

A selected shortlist of students and young researchers are then invited to present on their PhD at the YRC event at...

01/01/2015 |  Research Summarie  

Timber grows beyond greennavigation-arrow

Timber is increasingly valued as a construction material for its technical and performance benefits, with engineered wood products seen as giving it still greater potential, writes TTJ editor Mike Jeffree in the TRADA Yearbook 2015.

You can read more on this topic in our related book onInnovative...

01/01/2015 |  Magazine Article  

A short introduction to cross-laminated timbernavigation-arrow

The well-known environmental advantages of using timber as a construction material, coupled with the wider technical and performance benefits of products such as cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glued laminated timber (glulam), are enabling the construction industry to deliver innovative and cost effective timber buildings.

Article from Timber 2016 Industry Yearbook

01/01/2016 |  Magazine Article