Joinery

James Latham launches Horizon quarter sawn Tulipwood
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James Latham has collaborated with long-term sawmill partner, Pennsylvania-based HORIZON, to introduce quarter sawn Tulipwood to its range. Exclusive to James Latham, it has been developed in response to specifier and contractor calls for a superior, stable, and sustainable material for a range of specific interior joinery purposes, including kitchen...
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Lea Bridge Library by Studio Weave
A second life for fallen London trees
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Beautifully lined in a colourful patchwork of hardwoods from felled urban trees, Studio Weave’s pavilion is a dynamic and delightful addition to Lea Bridge Library. Images © Jim Stephenson. A red pre-cast concrete colannade runs the length of the wing. The non-structural columns contain downpipes taking rainwater to the tree...
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Timber in Joinery
Timber in Joinery
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Joinery timber is used in the manufacture of machined and assembled timber products, which make up the second fix elements of construction distinct from structural and construction timber uses in the first fix. Both softwood and hardwood species are used in joinery.
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CITB to carry out occupational review in the wood, carpentry and joinery sectors
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The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is about to undertake an occupational review on behalf of the wood occupations, and carpentry and Joinery sector. The review will include the development of Training Pathways and Competence Frameworks, as well as the review of 30 National Occupational Standards (NOS). As the standards...
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The Builder’s Guide to Timber in Joinery
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On this "Builder's guide to timber in joinery" you would be able to get a more in depth idea of timber as a sustainable source, and its importance on finished product manufacture
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Engineered wood products
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Learn about how wood is a versatile material, available in a wide range of shapes, sizes and products.
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Timber in joinery
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Read on the different uses and characteristics of joinery, non-structural timber, and the various uses in windows, doors, staircases, to mention a few.
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Upgrading timber joinery doors for fire resistance
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Learn the importance of upgrading the performance of joinery doors when against fire
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Joined-Up Business 6 Issue
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There's a real buzz around the timber market as we enter 2022 and, as the world continues to open up after a challenging 18 months, it's time for us all to come together to drive our industry forward.
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Joined-Up Business 7 Issue
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Three months on, much has changed for the industry. Russia's illegal invasion of Ukraine likely means that timber supplies will remain tight for the rest of the year, and this, along with the rising costs of fuel, shipping and energy, will keep prices high for at least as long. It...
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