20 February 2017

Luke Roberts has been appointed as business development director engineered joist solutions at Donaldson Timber Engineering (DTE).

17 February 2017

Manhattan’s iconic Empire State Building is coming to the forthcoming Material 2017 show – in the form of a scale model – to exhibit the potential of timber to rise high in tall buildings.

16 February 2017

Architects working in Norway have used Kebony wood in an eye-catching transformation of a garage into a library.

15 February 2017

The Government’s white paper on housing provides some welcome support for alternative methods of construction, but whether it is the bold and radical document it was proclaimed is still up for debate, according to the head of one timber frame manufacturer.

14 February 2017

Hull’s WJ Group has appointed Neil Allison to the newly created role of commercial manager.

10 February 2017

The Government’s Housing White Paper went down well with the British Woodworking Federation (BWF). “What is not to like?” said its chief, Brian McIlwee.

9 February 2017

A housing association is establishing a factory in Basildon, England, to manufacture modular housing components using cross-laminated timber.

7 February 2017

The Archwood Group has appointed Tony Miles as its new chief executive.

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