Full-scale log house being built with 100-year old Douglas Fir

Full-scale log house being built with 100-year old Douglas Fir
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Logs the length of a double decker bus, harvested by Forestry Land Scotland (FLS) and supplied to a specialist log cabin builder, are now being used to build a full-scale log house. The house is being constructed by Bedrock Buildings and erection on site is expected to begin in the...
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Roof trusses luxury
Roof trusses add a touch of luxury to Oxfordshire development
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Having successfully worked with Miller Homes to supply high-quality engineered timber roof trusses for several housing developments in the West Midlands, Scotts Timber Engineering was asked to design and supply luxury car barns for Miller Homes’ Elmhurst Chase site in Carterton, Oxfordshire. Timber is a low-carbon solution, and incorporating this...
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James Latham helps museum tell stories of change
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James Latham has provided 450m2 of HONEXT for The Fitzwilliam Museum's 'Real Families: Stories of Change' exhibition. The carbon-neutral fibreboard was used as the finishing material for the show's temporary installations, replacing a large proportion of the painted MDF typically used for this purpose. The Cambridge-based Fitzwilliam Museum hosts a...
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New chapter for Oxford Story Museum
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Gripsure has played a key part in the transformation of the Story Museum in Oxford. The much-loved attraction has undergone a £6 million revamp, which involved extending, altering and refurbishing a mixture of existing buildings to create space for interactive exhibitions, displays, theatre performances and activities. At the museum's core...
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accoya house
Sustainable Accoya Saves Historic Welsh Station
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International Timber and Peter Cox recently joined forces to restore a 155-year-old signal box in Wales, using sustainable Accoya to ensure longevity and maintain the structure's historic charm. The Valley Station signal box in Anglesey dates back to 1867 and was in desperate need of restoration following decades of decay....
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A rather Royal viewing
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DHH Panel Products took great pride in supporting the RHS Resilient Garden at this year's Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Show. A selection of hardwood and marine plywoods were used, including Eucalyptus Plywood and Okoume Marine Plywood. The Okoume was chosen for its moisture-resistant properties, which is particularly suitable for...
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Timber shows its resilience at Hampton Court Palace
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DHH Panel Products took great pride in supporting the RHS Resilient Garden at this year's Royal Hampton Court Palace Garden Show. A selection of hardwood and marine plywoods were used, including Eucalyptus Plywood and Okoume Marine Plywood. The Okoume was chosen for its moisture-resistant properties, which is particularly suitable for...
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Scotts Timber Engineering awarded Carbon Footprint certification
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Scotts Timber Engineering has been awarded a Carbon Footprint certification from Go Climate Positive, a provider of carbon management and offsetting services. To date, Scotts is the only timber engineering business to receive a Go Climate Positive certification. This shows that Scotts is currently producing a third less carbon per...
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Sustainable Accoya cladding adds stunning finish to contemporary farmhouse
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Sustainable Accoya cladding from International Timber has been used for the construction of a self-build farmhouse in Salisbury, designed by award-winning architect practice Adam Knibb Architects. Waldens Farm is a four-bed property located in West Grimstead with beautiful views of the surrounding landscape. Accoya timber cladding from International Timber features...
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Brewing the ideal cladding solution
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A Costa Coffee drive-thru shines with sustainable Western Red Cedar cladding thanks to a partnership between International Timber, Jewson and Ascia Construction. The new Costa Coffee site is located at the Adanac Health and Innovation Campus in Southampton and will serve those working at and visiting the hospital site. The...
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