By Holly Lennihan, RA, LEED AP and Thomas Corrado, LEED AP It’s no secret that buildings are a major contributor to carbon dioxide emissions. For...
McCaffery, Ivanhoé Cambridge and Hines celebrated the groundbreaking of T3 RiNo, which is being developed into a six-story, 240,000-square-foot T3 (Timber, Transit and Technology)...
What is it and When Does it Make Sense? By Augustus “Gus” Raymond Entering the 19th century, the 482’ Strasbourg Cathedral was the tallest structure in...
A new peer-reviewed study conducted by the International Institute for Sustainable Development that examines Life-cycle Assessments (LCA) finds that current LCAs have limits that may misdirect efforts to reduce greenhouse gases (GHGs) from the built environment .
Arup launched its ‘Rethinking Timber Buildings Report’ aimed at accelerating the construction industry’s response to reducing global emissions and achieving net zero carbon buildings by using sustainable materials.
As U.S. designers seek to satisfy the needs of a growing student population, Think Wood anticipates an increase in wood schools over the next decade.
On May 17, DLR Group’s Workplace Studio celebrated the official start of construction on T3 West Midtown. T3 (which stands for Timber, Transit, Technology) West Midtown provides the richness, character, and warmth of late 1800s heavy timber buildings with the advantages of modern, class-A construction.
Washington State University’s (WSU) Everett-based University Center, designed by SRG Partnership, features a four-story atrium with a cantilevered wood staircase constructed of locally sourced Douglas fir glued lamella stringers that span up to 44 feet.
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger (SGH) received two Grand Awards in the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Engineering Excellence Awards national competition for the Bahá’í Temple of South America and the John W. Olver Design Building at University of Massachusetts (UMass) Amherst.