What is “Carbon Friendly Forestry?” It’s two things actually. First, it was a conference put on by the Washington Environmental Council, a Seattle-based environmental organization. Second, it’s an idea that forestry can Continue reading “Carbon Friendly Forestry”
While checking social media, I came a cross this article from ARCHITECTURE AU on LinkedIn. The Austrailian publication has great content. “The Buildings We Deserve” is a Q&A with Andrew Waugh. Andrew is the co-founder of Waugh Thistleton, a London-based architecture firm that specializes in Timber structures. Timber in much of the world is used to refer to lumber. More specifically, in the case of Waugh Thistleton, they are referencing Cross Laminated Timber (CLT).
European Mass Timber Tour
May 22nd to May 26th, we had the opportunity to visit the epicenter of Mass Timber. Europe has been developing the market for mass timber production and construction for more than a decade. It’s not much of a surprise to see Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and Glue Laminated Beams (Glulam) structures in most parts of Europe. And that is continuing to grow. Continue reading “Europe Now, America Next”
On March 28th & 29th in Portland Oregon, the second annual Mass Timber Conference took place. Hosting approximately 800 attendees, speakers, and exhibitors to discuss everything to do with mass timber. The well-attended conference was organized by the Forest Business Network.
Each day had a morning general session with keynote speakers that included renowned London-based architect Andrew Waugh. His firm, Waugh Thistleton, has completed many of the largest timber structures including the world’s largest Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) building, Dalston Lane. Continue reading “Mass Timber Conference 2017”
Things have been very busy over the last month or so. We haven’t posted in a while because of some other pressing obligations. That doesn’t mean we haven’t been working. We have been drafting posts for more National Forest Management discussion. We have also attended the Mass Timber Conference put on by the Forest Business Network (great job guys!) and are working on a write up soon to come out.
Another topic that is important that will be coming is the difference between being right and getting results. So many people want to be right, but is that effective in supporting your interests?
Thanks for your patience while we get our content out. We look forward to more engagement.