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Private investor Cairngorm swoops to acquire Arnold Laver
13 November, 2018
Private equity firm Cairngorm Capital has swooped to acquire UK timber industry giant Arnold Laver.
A cure for treatments?
25 October, 2018
The TTF’s Preservative Treatment Action Plan aims to raise levels of transparency and knowledge across the supply chain from producer to builder. TTJ investigates how TTF members, and their customers, are reacting to the Federation’s proposals
26 September, 2018
The Wood Awards 2018 shortlist features the best of British architecture and product design. TTJ highlights a small selection
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
World’s “lightest” plywood available in UK
04 June, 2018
What is said to be the world’s lightest plywood is now available in the UK.
Timber car parks!
23 April, 2018
TRADA’s Urban Buzz competition resulted in some innovative designs for a multi-storey car park
Best of Both Worlds
21 March, 2018
Plastic has long been viewed as one of timber’s enemies in the fight for sales of building products.
Tomorrow’s designers wow with timber multi-storey car park project
28 February, 2018
A talented multidisciplinary team from some of Britain’s best-known universities has won TRADA’s undergraduate Urban Buzz competition to design a timber multi-storey car park.
29 December, 2017
The winning projects in this year’s Wood Awards illustrate timber’s versatility and aesthetics for structural, interior and exterior applications
W Howard adds Production Line
29 December, 2017
MDF mouldings manufacturer W Howard has been investing at its Kildare operation and also plans to grow its KOTA fully-finished range in 2018 – the company’s 60th anniversary year. Stephen Powney reports
Devon refurb wins Gold Award at Wood Awards
23 November, 2017
A refurbished house in Devon that makes extensive interior use of timber has won this year’s Wood Awards Gold Award.
Timber makes its case
22 November, 2017
The UKCW juggernaut drove in to Birmingham NEC in early October to present a comprehensive range of building products and solutions before a UK professional construction sector audience, reports Stephen Powney
22 November, 2017
Hardwood Timber Sales has invested in facilities and sales personnel to grow the business. Stephen Powney visited its Huyton site
Lavers in North London expansion
30 October, 2017
Arnold Laver has expanded its presence in North London after opening a large new depot in Borehamwood as part of a £1.5m investment.
Traders tee off
24 August, 2017
UK timber traders once again turned out in force to support the industry’s premier golfing event – the TTBS National Golf
Making the most of wood
22 May, 2017
With timber treatment currently being a hot topic in the timber trade, there was much expectation around this year’s Wood Protection Association Conference 2017, reports Stephen Powney
Arnold Laver backs British timber with GiB licence
15 May, 2017
Major timber merchant Arnold Laver said its decision to come on board with the Grown in Britain campaign (GiB) is “good timing” considering the current overarching focus on the UK’s place in Europe.
Wood Awards 2017 call for entries
16 March, 2017
The Wood Awards: Excellence in British Architecture and Product Design has now launched its 2017 call for entries.
Maggie’s wins Wood Awards’ Gold Award
23 November, 2016
Eminent architect Foster + Partners’ Maggie’s at the Robert Parfett Building in Manchester has been crowned the Arnold Laver Gold Award winner at the Wood Awards 2016.
Firecrews save stock at Arnold Laver warehouse in Sheffield
04 July, 2016
The quick actions of firefighters are being credited with preventing hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of damage at an Arnold Laver timber product warehouse in Sheffield.