Case stories

Case stories

27 September 2021

SporX: one of the world's most sustainable office buildings is taking shape in Norway

Construction

The building will have ten floors built in glulam and solid wood from PEFC-certified Norwegian forests. In total, the project consists of 2000 m3 of solid wood and 500 m3 of glulam, supplied by local sawmills.

12 July 2021

‘New concept’ motorway service area: welcoming and sustainable thanks to PEFC-certified timber

Construction

Timber does not only give the construction a warm and modern atmosphere, but is also a great choice for our environment. The 644 m³ of PEFC-certified spruce used in the project sequestered 430 tonnes of CO₂.

18 May 2021

Nando’s restaurants: building sustainably for the next generation

Construction

The use of PEFC-certified timber is one of the sustainability measures implemented by Nando's first ‘Next Generation’ restaurant, opened in Cambridge.

12 April 2021

Penguin Parade Visitor Centre: a sustainable new timber home for Australia's penguins

Construction

Certified timber helped the new award-winning Penguin Parade Visitor Centre achieve a delicate balance between landscape and built form, and between people and wildlife habitat.

18 March 2021

Lincoln Castle: new Heritage Skills Centre goes for glulam

Construction

The new building, a Heritage Skills Education Centre, is next to Lincoln Castle in Eastern England, and comprises PEFC-certified glulam columns, roof beams and bar bracing.

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