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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.

25 August 2021

Miel Muria: PEFC-certified honey in the spotlight

Food

Miel Muria becoming PEFC certified represents an advance in the certification of non-wood products from sustainably managed forests.

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.

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