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Australian-first hardwood CLT plant to be built in regional Tasmania

A new, purpose-built hardwood CLT plant is to be constructed in Tasmania, Australia.

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Norway public school with Kebony facade becomes first to achieve Nordic Swan Eco-label

A new public school, situated on the outskirts of Oslo, in Norway has become the first to achieve the highly regarded Nordic Swan Eco-label.

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Agreement to protect over 300,000 hectares of one of Europe’s most important untouched forests in Russia

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), WWF Russia, Greenpeace Russia and seven FSC-certified companies have joined forces with the local government to protect over 300,000 hectares of one of Europe’s most important untouched forests.

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Production starts on newly installed line at independent sawmills A&J Scott

Production is now underway on a newly installed line at one of the UK’s leading independent sawmills.

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International Timber, Pasquill, Roofspace Solutions and Scotframe launch new Saint-Gobain Offsite Solutions Awards

International Timber, Pasquill, Roofspace Solutions and Scotframe have collaborated to launch the Saint-Gobain Off-Site Solutions (OSS) Awards, recognising and highlighting achievements of staff across the four businesses.

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Last chance to register for UK Construction Week

With the final touches to tomorrow’s UK Construction Week (UKCW) show now in place, the organisers are issuing a final reminder for visitor registrations.

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Certainly Wood launches world’s biggest wood processing line as part of sustainability commitment

Herefordshire firewood company www.certainlywood.co.uk has launched a new £400,000 firewood processing line – one of the largest of its kind in the world.

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Trussed Rafter Association reaches out to regional roofers

A series of free regional events for the roofing and housebuilding industries is starting this month, focusing on the latest advice on Brexit, the CE marking of construction products post-Brexit, and new technical guidance on the manufacture of trussed rafters, spandrel and gable panels and related structures.

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TRADA’S Better Timber Buildings conference returns for 2019

TRADA’s one-day Better Timber Buildings conference, intended to educate, inspire and empower architects, engineers, suppliers and clients to design and build better timber buildings returns this year.

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Construction minister Nadhim Zahawi to receive mixed response to Brexit at UK Construction Week

The new Construction Minister Nadhim Zahawi MP is set to make his first industry appearance at UK Construction Week (UKCW), the UK’s largest built environment event, at the NEC in Birmingham on Wednesday 9 October.

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