Metsa Wood

Metsä Wood calls for industry professionals to partake in wood construction survey

  • 29 Mar 2019

Metsä Wood, one the world’s largest suppliers of wood products to the construction industry, is conducting the first ever survey of its kind, to explore the extent of expertise in wood construction.

The company is calling on UK based architects, structural engineers and other industry professionals to partake in this survey, as it seeks to map out the current landscape on which to build a more open and cooperating community of professional collaboration.

The project is part of its ambitious Open Source Wood (OSW) initiative; an open platform for sharing knowledge and innovation in modular wood construction.

By participating in the survey, which takes no more than 20 minutes to complete, you will be helping to shape the future of wood construction. 

Open Source Wood gathers ideas and designs from all corners of the world and makes them available for all, free of charge.

Via the OSW platform (www.opensourcewood.com) people can share ideas, see what others have done and connect with other like-minded professionals.

Enter now to win a travel package to Forum Wood Building Nordic in Helsinki, September 2019 (T&Cs).

All UK based participants in the survey will be entered in a draw to win a trip, (including flights, accommodation and event entrance), from London to the Forum Wood Building Nordic event in Finland, held at the Clarion hotel from September 25 – 27 2019.

The survey is carried out completely anonymously, so no identifiable personal information will be collected during participation. Only after the survey you will be given the option to enter your contact details for the contest.

Your contact information will solely be used to contact you, in the event that you are the winner!

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