From tiny acorns Cheshire Oaks has grown

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Alasdair McGregor describes how a client's insistence of FSC-certified timber boosted the supply of 'FSC' glulam.

Article from the TRADA Timber Industry Yearbook 2013

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Timber design pioneers: collaborating on a complex briefnavigation-arrow

Timber design pioneers explores how collaboration can drive innovation in design and construction. 

 

Chapter 1, Collaborating on a complex brief, features three very different and remarkable projects:

  • Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience
  • Exbury Egg
  • Dalston Works

 

Chapter 1 includes interviews with:

  • Toby Jeavons and John...

24/04/2019 |  Other Technical Guidance  

One tonne livingnavigation-arrow

Managing Director of Building Envelope Evolution Ltd discusses how timber frame construction can play a major role in bringing our yearly CO² per person down from 7.5 tonnes to the 1 tonne necessary to combat global warming.

Article from the TRADA Timber Industry Yearbook 2012

01/01/2012 |  Magazine Article  

Specifying British-grown timbersnavigation-arrow

Ever since the Government requested the advice of an Independent Panel on Forestry, British-grown timbers have been a hot topic in the industry, yet many people remain unaware of just how much of their timber is sourced from British forests.

With over 40% of the total sawn timber and...

15/05/2017 |  Wood Information Sheet