A social housing complex in Manchester has been refurbished with hard-wearing Medite Tricoya Extreme and Accoya modified wood after the original specified timber materials had begun to show signs of failure after less than 10 years of use.
An 18th century water wheel on the island of Jersey will keep on turning for the next 50 years thanks to a 21st century wood technology.
A luxury beach house built on the Dutch coast has demonstrated the resilience of Accoya modified wood by withstanding five years of punishing North Sea weather without showing signs of age or disrepair.
An outdoor dance floor in Copenhagen is still ‘strutting its stuff’ five years after its opening and this has been put down to the resilient performance of Accoya.
A manufacturer of a modified wood substitute for tropical and other hardwoods has signed up to the WWF’s campaign against global forest destruction.
You might say the architects of a commercial building in Switzerland were banking on modified wood to achieve their physical and aesthetic intention for a new branch of Raiffeisenbank.
An Anglo-Dutch manufacturer has won a top industry accolade in the United States for a modified wood product’s contribution to innovation in timber engineering.
Modified wood Accoya has been used to craft adjustable outdoor blinds for a luxury villa located in the city of Alicante on the Spanish coast.