29 April 2016

Business minister Nick Boles MP will be attending the inaugural conference of the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) later this year.

27 April 2016

Talk about going the extra mile. In fact, one of Scotframe’s latest contracts to supply a school extension saw it going the whole 8,000 miles – to the Falkland Islands.

26 April 2016

The British Woodworking Federation (BWF) is gearing up for a recruitment drive, with an ambitious target to attract 400 new firms and take its membership beyond 1,000.

25 April 2016

The range of responsibly sourced timber and forest products eligible for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) scheme has been expanded after the US Green Building Council (USGBC) issued an alternative compliance path (ACP).

22 April 2016

A rundown 19th Century farmhouse on the east side of Norway’s River Glomma has been given a modern makeoever by LINK architects.

21 April 2016

Finland’s Metsä Wood has launched a series of videos intended to raise awareness of modern timber construction processes, and make the case for its sustainability credentials.

20 April 2016

Flagpoles made from Accoya modified wood have recently been installed at an historic horse racetrack in the Netherlands.

19 April 2016

The Timber Trade Federation (TTF) has declared that its members can only sell marine plywood in the UK if it has independent third party quality assurance.

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