Renderings: LEVER Architecture
Inflation, escalating construction costs, and fluctuations in tax credit market are to blame for...read more
Judging by the outcome of a recent International Code Council Action Hearing, it’s likely that we...read more
Exempt products include structural plywood, oriented strand board (OSB).
The adaptability of urban development could be revolutionized through the inherent strength of ma...read more
The planned tower would rise 350 meters (1148 feet).
Courtesy Michael Green Architecture/Lotus Equity Group
Michael Green Architecture is designing the building.
The project received official approval to use exposed mass timber in the top seven stories of the 19-story building. Renderings: PortLiving
The 232-foot-tall Terrace House luxury condo development will be the tallest hybrid wood structur...read more
Photo: Brock Kryton
The incline elevator is located in downtown Edmonton and was publicly funded.
Rendering courtesy Leers Weinzapfel Associates, Modus Studios, Mackey Mitchell
Leers Weinzapfel Associates, Modus Studio, Mackey Mitchell Architects, and OLIN collaborated on t...read more
The duties would add 20% or more to cost if trade negotiators can’t find common ground.
With lengthy exposure time, reliably stiff, moisture-resistant subflooring is key in reducing ris...read more
Photo: Alberto Cosi, Courtesy of Chiangmai Life Construction and Panyaden International School
The building boasts a zero-carbon footprint and is naturally ventilated.
Results will help inform code changes.
A machine inside a current EGGER manufacturing facility. Photo: Alex Baumann, Courtesy of EGGER
The company says the new facility will create 770 jobs over the next 15 years.
Photo: Two Trees Management, Matthew Williams
The new spaces range from about 8,500 to 11,000 sf and were added to Two Trees Management’s ancho...read more
Photo courtesy Mortenson Construction
Mortenson deconstructed the barn and repurposed it for the new space.
New material is substitute for concrete and steel in multi-story projects.
The project received a Wood Innovation Grant that will help spur construction of the Hastings + C...read more
Rendering courtesy of Lever Architecture
The building’s design, building materials, and commercial tenants are all focused on the key aspe...read more
Image courtesy of PortLiving.
The wood, concrete, and glass building will rise approximately 233 feet when finished.
The TimberLine Series pairs a high-strength steel subframe with a wood-veneered metal cover cap t...read more
Rendering courtesy C.F. Møller
C.F. Møller’s design was selected as the winner of a competition organized by Riksbyggen in Väste...read more
Custom WoodWorks® Channeled wall panels control acoustics in the College Football Hall of Fame and contribute to the formal atmosphere of the space.
Real wood veneer panels evoke warmth, texture, and color of a football.
Rendering courtesy of Vincent Callebaut Architectures
The mixed-use towers would each rise 36 stories into the sky and connect via rooftop skybridges....
Courtesy Sierra Pacific Windows
The use of Douglas fir glulam beams can obviate the need for steel beams, even for walls up to 14...read more
Photo courtesy of Bill Timmerman.
Winners were selected in categories such as wood school design, commercial wood design, wood in g...read more
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The American Institute of Steel Construction contends that the steel industry is a “world leader”...read more
Brock Commons at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, employs hybrid construction, combining mass timber with concrete and steel. Shown here, workers position a CLT panel with steel stud framing and preinstalled windows. The Building Team includes: Acton Ostry Architects (architect), Architekten Hermann Kaufmann (tall wood advisor), Fast+Epp (SE), Stantec (ME and sustainability), GHL Consultants (fire science/building code), RDH Building Science (building science), and Urban One Builders (CM). Photo: Pollux Chung/Seagate Structures.
The idea of using mass timber for tall buildings keeps gaining converts.