Highlight: Mid-Rise Construction

  Check out the series of videos below on mid-rise construction from our friend, Naturally Wood.  ...

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New Construction Codes Enable 6-Story Construction Across Canada

The 2015 edition of Canada’s National Model Construction Codes, now known as Codes Canada, includes 600 changes. Among the changes are...

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Timber engineer pushes the limits of wood technology and drives the industry forward

By Theresa Rogers Eric Karsh began his consulting career in 1987 in Ottawa with Adjeleian Allen Rubeli. During his time at AAR, Karsh was...

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New CertainTeed Listening Lounge Helps Predict Acoustic Needs of Commercial Buildings

Just as architects and designers rely on sketches and 3D renderings to visualize an unbuilt project’s aesthetics, a new auralization...

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Using Wood Door Frames for Fire-Rated Openings

By Cory Hollenhorst Designers and architects are often met with the challenge of maintaining their design vision when building code...

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Wood Rings

Simply Wood Rings was established more than 10 years ago in Chicago, IL, by artist Gustav Reyes. The company artisans make eco-conscious...

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Megaphones

Deep in the forest, on the edge of Estonia, three massive wooden megaphones lie scattered between dark-barked fir trees. This is Ruup, a...

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Canoes, Light and Whales

Brenden North is a Canadian artist who creates sculptures out of wooden canoes and light. When an accident shattered the right side of...

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Kiosks

By Kelly Townsend Forget the little kiosk selling newspapers on the streets of any big city, its simple metal stand bowing under the weight...

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Bridges

By Kelly Townsend The modern concept of a bridge is usually visualized as a functional steel or concrete structure that enables vehicles...

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