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
The Softwood Lumber Board's (SLB) ability to increase the market demand for softwood lumber boosts industry ROI, maintains forests as forests, creates new jobs and strengthens communities. Watch video now.
Softwood Lumber Board: An Ecosystem of Demand Generation SLB Director Hugues Simon: Capitalizing on New Market Opportunities Program Updates AWC Helps Mass Timber Pass Major Hurdle during ICC Committee Hearings Think Wood
By Hugues Simon President, BarretteWood Inc. The Softwood Lumber Board (SLB) helps the softwood lumber industry identify, create, and capitalize on new and existing opportunities to generate demand and sell more of our products. The SLB
The highly-anticipated tall mass timber building code changes passed their first hurdle earlier Monday with approval by an International Code Council (ICC) Code Change Committee. The 2018 ICC Committee Action Hearings got underway in Columbus,