TRADA’s Modified Wood Products’ information sheet has recently been updated to help specifiers understand the effects of different types of modification on wood materials.
The £500 million is scheduled for completion in 2018 and will comprise both residential housing and public spaces.
Timber Focus seminars confirmed speakers include: Ralph Parker, Architect, Price & Myers Andrew Lawrence, Associate Director, Arup Gavin White, Structural Engineer, Ramboll UK Jonathan Ledger, Managing Director, Proskills UK Jon Osborn, Chief Operating Office, BM TRADA Building Andrew Wright, Partner, Andrew Wright Associates David Hopkins, Director, Wood for Good Jez Ralphs, Director, Timber Strategies […]
The Lady of Shalott is situated on the rivers new N1 cycle track which runs from Lincoln to Boston and was commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council.
Wrightstyles techical director, Lee Coates A total of 60 minute fire rated stainless steel doors will be supplied for application at the Westin Doha Hotel & Spa as part of the second project. Wrightstyles techical director, Lee Coates, said: These contracts underline the international dimension of this specialist market, and how we have built an[…]
Timber is grabbing the headlines for all the right reasons. Clients want to learn more about it, architects love the design flexibility and when it comes to retail, education, leisure and healthcare environments – customers love to be closer to it. Timber Expo will be co-locating with W14 – the trade exhibition for UK joinery[…]
The casings provided for the project are 200mm wide and 100mm deep, finished in PPC coatings of RAL 1014 Dark Ivory and RAL 2001 Red Orange to help them blend with the brickwork.
Timber Expo will be co-locating with W14 – the trade exhibition for UK joinery and furniture manufacturers – on the 7th & 8th October 2014 at the NEC, Birmingham.
The building incorporates 240mm of Kingspan insulation, air tightness membranes, triple glazed windows, mechanical ventilation, heat recovery and solar panels to help reduce the need for fossil fuels.
Regulation EU No 995/2010 of the European Parliament requires all 27 European Union member states to fulfil the requirements, which exist to prevent the harvesting and trade of illegal timber products, including solid wood, flooring, plywood, pulp and paper.