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Wood is not the issue
26 September, 2018
The Grenfell Tower tragedy has highlighted a catalogue of errors, none of which can be attributed to wood, says John Park
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Selection box 26 September, 2018 The Wood Awards 2018 shortlist features the best of British architecture and product design. TTJ highlights a small selection
EPF ready for the future 26 September, 2018 The European Panel Federation’s General Assembly in Lucerne covered a vast range of subjects affecting the panels sector, Stephen Powney reports from the event
The ABC of the W 26 September, 2018 The biennial W Exhibition opens its doors at the NEC at the end of this month
Innovation on show 26 September, 2018 Next month’s Timber Expo focuses firmly on innovation and on the future for timber in construction
Making the most of it 25 September, 2018 Grown in Britain’s chief executive, Dougal Driver, explains why more should be made of British timber
Home work 25 September, 2018 Sawmills are making the most of the current strong demand for British-grown timber, although margins remain tight. Sally Spencer reports
Science first 28 August, 2018 The Wood Technology Society held its first scientific conference in June. Sally Spencer reports on the first day
A question of balance 28 August, 2018 A good mix of products, wide geographical coverage, being both in and out of Europe, and a strong balance sheet, for the Premier Forest Group it is all about spreading risk and reaping the reward. Robin Meade speaks to the new CEO
TTBS national golf success 28 August, 2018 One of the highlights of the timber trade’s golfing calendar – the TTBS National Golf – was another big success, reports Ivan Savage
Design relates red oak story 28 August, 2018 One of Poland’s leading designers has created a collection of contemporary furniture informed by the supply and production process of America’s most populous hardwood. Mike Jeffree reports
GREENJOIST shows potential 28 August, 2018 A number of international players are backing the GREENJOIST project, which aims to open up applications in industrial logistics markets for a recycled wood beam to replace solid wood
Fortis focus 28 August, 2018 The Fortis conference and dinner was one of the largest gathering of builders’ merchants in the UK