Scotts Timber Engineering

Supplying Timber | Issue 05
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Welcome to the fifth issue of Supplying Timber, a magazine from Timber Development UK (TDUK) dedicated to the timber merchants, suppliers, manufacturers and tradespeople who are interested in working with timber.
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Standardised offsite timber vehicle storage solutions
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Scotts Timber Engineering (STE) has revealed a set of standardised timber vehicle storage solutions and porches, for architects, designers, and specifiers to implement sustainable timber into their designs and improve aesthetics. The Easi-Fit range provides solutions for designers and architects that utilise natural materials to offer a sustainable alternative to...
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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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Lowering the timber sector’s carbon footprint
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Following the publication of the TDUK Net Zero Roadmap, TDUK members are working hard to reduce their carbon emissions and make their companies more sustainable. TDUK reports on some of the latest changes. The industry has long talked about the need for more sustainable construction, and why it's so important...
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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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Putting a break on generational anxiety
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James Scott is the fourth generation of the Scotts Timber Engineering and Scotts of Thrapston family business. Here, he talks about mental health and the pressures of running a family business - a topic that is very close to his heart. Ten years ago, James and his wife Kate suffered...
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timber industry
2023: The timber industry speaks out
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We asked timber industry suppliers what they thought were the key topics and issues we would all face in 2023. Here’s what they said. Reasons to be cheerful James Scott Managing Director, Scotts Timber Engineering "Many commentators have sounded warnings about the new homes market in 2023 but here at...
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