Timber is a hot topic in the construction sector. Once a poor relation to the likes of steel and brick this versatile building material is making its mark on the UK skyline. As its use has continued to grow, there has been an increased interest from the wider construction sector and beyond.
The past few years has seen the rise of the timber tower as CLT proves that big can also be beautiful and timber has been showcased in a number of high-profile buildings.
Timber Construction, a magazine headed up by a team with a passion for timber, highlights what can be achieved with this stunning material. The quarterly publication will contain news, views, features and analysis of the timber sector, encompassing everything from timber frame construction to glulam, from decking to cladding.
Timber Construction is a must-read magazine for anyone who works with timber from suppliers to architects. Its audience of timber professionals also offers advertisers access to a range of informed decision makers. So whatever your role, service provider or supplier, pick up the phone and give our team a call.
Timber Trader UK is a new quarterly magazine for the timber supply chain and is aimed at Timber Merchants, Sawmillers and Timber Importers. It is run by a team passionate about the material and with over 30 years experience between them serving the industry, also deliver Timber Construction magazine to the Architectural and Timber Frame market – and with the addition of Timber Trader UK rounds off a terrific expansion for the publisher Timber Media Ltd.
The timber supply chain press has always been perceived as the poor relation to the Builders Merchants press. Timber Trader UK will change this by giving a strong identity to the timber supply chain and giving advertisers a platform to showcase their products and services to exactly the audience they’re targetting, so there is no wastage. Plus, with it being a controlled circulation publication, all the reader need do is request to receive it free for three years, so no expensive subscription charges.
News, views, market trends, timber prices, legislation, company profiles and more will feature as editorially-driven pieces in this must-read magazine for anyone working in the timber supply chain.
For more information on advertising opportunities with Timber Construction and Timber Trader UK contact Terry Hanlon on 01925 270093 or Click Here.