Swedish Wood

Timber Design Conference general
New timber design conference will help ‘accelerate a low-carbon future’
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Timber Development UK is proud to announce our inaugural desgin conference focused on a low carbon transformation of the built environment using timber. Taking place on 26 June 2024, the UK Timber Design Conference will bring together disruptors and market leaders to discuss how we can create systemic change, usher...
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constructing fire safe timber buildings
Constructing fire-safe timber buildings
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Fire safety is of critical importance to the timber supply chain. Now, a new website is bringing comprehensive fire safety guidance together in one place for anyone building with timber. The timber industry has launched a comprehensive new fire safety website: Fire Safety. Wood in Construction. The site has been...
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Moisture CLT
Moisture-proof CLT construction without a full temporary shelter
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The publication Moisture-proof CLT construction without a full temporary shelter provides guidance on how to handle CLT elements when building without a full shelter. It is intended to help project planners and builders achieve an industrial and dampproof CLT build.
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A set of three comprehensive timber design and engineering manuals has been launched by Swedish Wood and Timber Development UK.
Download your free essential timber engineering manuals by TDUK and Swedish Wood
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Design of Timber Structures. A set of three comprehensive timber design and engineering manuals has been launched by Swedish Wood and Timber Development UK. This three-volume set of books is an ideal career-long design companion for all levels of designer - from student to experienced professional. Each volume is available...
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what is clt
CLT Handbook
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The CLT Handbook is to help structural engineers and architects to design structures using cross-laminated timber (CLT).
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TTF Market Statement – Jul 2021
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A joint market statement from the Confederation of Timber Industries (CTI) and Swedish Wood points to a likely easing of supply tension in the timber market as the pandemic eases.
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