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What exactly are you dealing in?
12 February, 2019
John Park says the timber industry is trading in carbon capture, storage and usage, as well as wood
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Investing in quality 12 February, 2019 Bradfords Building Supplies has its roots in the 18th century but its eyes on the future and timber is very much part of that. Sally Spencer reports
Back to the futurebuild 12 February, 2019 The Futurebuild exhibition and conference programme takes place next month
Timber is tops at woodfest sheffield 12 February, 2019 The second in the series of regional WoodFest events takes place in Sheffield throughout the month
It’s a cover up! 12 February, 2019 Modified woods such as Accoya and Kebony have been enjoying increasing success as cladding options, while Havwoods interior cladding is capturing the restaurant scene
Colourful cladding 12 February, 2019 BSW Timber has brought an exclusive new range of colourful cladding and decking products to market
Clad tidings 12 February, 2019 TTJ spoke to Vincent Timber managing director Andrew Allen about the current market and the impact of major issues such as reaction to the Grenfell Tower fire and Brexit
A year of scrutiny 12 February, 2019 Janet Sycamore, director of operations at the Timber Decking and Cladding Association says recent scrutiny must not undermine confidence in timber cladding
Cladding after grenfell 12 February, 2019 Rupert Scott, TRADA’s membership and marketing manager, looks at the future for timber cladding following the Grenfell Tower fire
Over the top 12 February, 2019 Business levels are holding up for suppliers of roofing timbers and systems despite wider political uncertainties. For this report we have primarily focused on roofing battens and trussed rafters. Stephen Powney reports
Visible and invisible wood 16 January, 2019 The invisible wood all around us, in our built environment, is contributing to the climate agenda in several ways, says Dr Morwenna Spear of the BioComposites Centre
A compelling storey 16 January, 2019 The annual Wood Awards saw Storey’s Field Centre & Eddington Nursery “rise to the top”
Surface area 16 January, 2019 The Surface Design Show returns to the London Business Design Centre next month