FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Softwood Lumber Board Announces Key Appointment As part of its aggressive five-year strategic plan and transition to new leadership, the Softwood Lumber Board announced today that Maureen T. Pello has been selected to
SLB’s support of the WoodWorks program is a key part of its effort to facilitate market acceptance of mass timber products such as nail laminated timber (NLT) and cross laminated timber (CLT)—and mass timber projects have become a
The Net Zero Conference aims to help architects, engineers, and other building professionals to drive buildings' net lifetime energy usage and carbon impact toward zero. WoodWorks will be co-hosting the conference, which starts on September 12th
MIT research highlights the benefits of lumber; SLB Quarterly Report looks at direction of SLB after successful referendum; Think Wood at AIA, and more.
This year’s American Institute of Architects (AIA) annual conference was in New York City, a high-profile opportunity where Think Wood’s striking new pro-wood displays showed what’s possible in wood construction to a highly engaged audience of
Proven seismic, fire and acoustic wood performance enables more construction and lifestyle choices for taller buildings Framework, the 12-story tall wood building planned for Portland’s Pearl District, has announced that the project has been
Referendum positions SLB to continue demand growth with aggressive market development programs With a super-majority mandate from 94% of industry production representing 78% of companies voting in the referendum, the Softwood Lumber Board of
AWC supports pro-wood codes for 2021 code cycle; Kickstarter project for novel floating timber bridge in NYC; 2nd mass timber T3 building from Hines goes to construction .
Washington, D.C. – May 23, 2018. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced today that domestic manufacturers and importers of softwood lumber have voted overwhelmingly to continue the efforts of the Softwood Lumber Board (SLB). In
This case study presentation offers a rare opportunity to learn about mass timber from a company that built a five-story, 156,000-square-foot office building in Hillsboro, Oregon. Swinerton Builders, which undertook all aspects of construction