This research focuses on how to design and build NZER wood-framed, multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs) as cost-effectively as possible.
Tatras sees huge potential for engineered netting systems to be deployed across Canada such as on bridge rehabilitation projects.
Wood industrial buildings are nothing new. Wood construction is a viable, economical alternative for the industrial development sector.
Wood, Well-being and Performance: The Human and Organizational Benefits of Wood Buildings by by Dr. Graham Lowe looks at biophilic design.
The report Four-Storey Wood School Design in British Columbia: An Analysis of Structural System Cost Comparisons looks at framing options.
Climate change and its associated effects may be a global challenge, but B.C. municipalities are taking action to reduce its impacts.
With the increasing number of prefabricated, modular timber projects being built, innovations in digital design tools offer many benefits.
Tourist attractions and visitor centres throughout B.C. have drawn inspiration from the natural environment, with abundant use of wood.
Mass timber is the next big step in green buildings. The benefits of mass timber include its ease of construction and light carbon footprint.
Integrated project delivery (IPD) is proving very effective for the design and construction of prefabricated mass timber buildings.
Through its Wood First Act, the province of B.C. encourages public institutions to consider using wood in construction where appropriate.
A writer and poet shares his encounters with nature and wood on a trip travelling south from Pemberton via the Lower Mainland to Penticton.
Throughout British Columbia, local residents are using sustainably harvested B.C. wood to build arts, cultural and community centres.
A First Nations forester turns to traditional knowledge and new technology for wiser resource management.
An increasing number of health-care facilities are making use of wood in their buildings to bring a warm, natural aesthetic.
Studies have shown the health benefits of wood in the built indoor environment including lower blood pressure, heart rate, and stress levels.
Architect and timber advocate Peter Busby is taking his passion for wood to another level, having worked with all manner of wood over the years.