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EGGER UK presents £25,000 to Northumberland charities

Four Northumberland charities have benefitted from a share of £25,000 raised by EGGER UK and its employees.

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Social seating bench created using SMARTPLY OSB for Christmas installation at The Building Centre in Fitzrovia

It’s the most wonderful time of the year at The Building Centre, Fitzrovia, London, where Roz Barr Architects has created a circular Tin Chapel and a social seating bench using SMARTPLY OSB.

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British Board of Agrément welcomes government’s announcement to implement all recommendations from Hackitt review

The British Board of Agrément has welcomed the government’s announcement that it is to implement all recommendations put forward by the Hackitt review.

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International House takes Best Use of Certified Timber Prize at World Architecture Festival

The jury of the World Architecture Festival (WAF) awarded the Best Use of Certified Timber prize, supported by PEFC, to International House. With its seven floors, International House in Sydney is the world’s tallest all‐commercial building constructed fully from engineered timber. Designed by Tzannes architecture, it was built by Lendlease with PEFC-certified cross laminated timber (CLT) supplied by Stora Enso. ...

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Pasquill Inverness gets into the festive spirit with Christmas tree made entirely out of trusses

Pasquill, the largest manufacturer and supplier of roof trusses in the UK, has embraced the festive spirit by unveiling a Christmas tree measuring 23 feet made entirely out of trusses. Staff from Pasquill’s Inverness branch created a smaller design last year, and after receiving a great response decided to supersize the tree for Christmas 2018. The design team used MiTek ...

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Beers Timber Holdings has announced the completion of the purchase of Tonge Bridge Timber of Bolton

Family owned Beers Timber Holdings has announced the completion of the purchase of Tonge Bridge Timber of Bolton.

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Life-sized gingerbread house built in Norwegian mountains using MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME

A life-sized gingerbread house has been built in the Norwegian mountains using MEDITE TRICOYA EXTREME. The building, which is part of the Savalen Hotel and Spa, is nestled alongside one of Eastern Norway’s lakes, and reflects the vivacious nature of Savalen which caters to those with a keen sense of adventure. For 70% of the year, the area is draped ...

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Bright future for Scottish forestry if Scotland’s Forestry Strategy for 2019 to 2029 is realised said Scottish Land & Estates

A bright future lies ahead for Scottish forestry if an integrated land use strategy undertaken by the Scottish Government is realised said Scottish Land & Estates (SLE).

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Students invited to enter TRADA University Challenge 2019 to design student accommodation predominantly from timber  

Students from the disciplines of engineering, architecture, architectural technology, quantity surveying and landscape architecture are being invited to enter the TRADA University Challenge 2019.

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Green light for Knight Architects and WSP’s timber-clad pedestrian and cycle bridge across River Usk

Knight Architects and WSP have been awarded planning permission for a timber-clad pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Usk in South Wales.

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