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CLT market forecast to reach $880Mn by 2022

CLT, market, CAGR, growth

The global cross-laminated timber market is expected to reach US$880Mn by 2022. According to the latest report, Cross-Laminated Timber Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017-2022, by IMARC Group, robust growth can be attributed to the green building movement that is gaining momentum all across the …

Editor’s pickCLT vs lightweight timber frames – Friends or foes?

CLT, Margules Groome, Australia, New Zealand

By Margules Groome Is the market for mass timber building products expanding? Will it be a lengthy process or it will happen quickly? The days when CLT was seen as a “hobby” in Australia, or more exactly as “an interesting trial”, have passed. Currently there is hardly a day goes by without a new CLT or glulam development …

Editor’s pickMoholt 50|50 shortlisted for WAN Wood in Architecture Award 2016

Moholt 50|50, wood, architecture, construction, Europe, Norway, CLT

Moholt 50|50, Trondheim, Norway. Images: Ivan Brodey   Student dormitories are often built in dismal conditions with cheap, simple units left by themselves without support programmes. The Moholt 50|50 project in Trondheim, Norway, seeks to address this. By introducing new housing collectives and a wide range of support services into …

Editor’s pickMartinsons looks to the future with new CLT line

Martinsons, cross laminated timber, CLT, Sweden

From left: Lars Martinson, CEO, Martinsons; Magdalena Andersson, County Governor; Björn Sprängare, Chairman of the Board of Directors. Image: Patrick Degerman Sweden-based engineered wood producer Martinsons is now capable of manufacturing high-storey panels up to a width of three metres. The new cross-laminated timber (CLT) …

Camping in the green: CLT shines in Girls Scouts of Utah cabins

Girl Scouts of Utah, CLT, cross laminated timber, School of Architecture, University of Utah

Three summer cabins that now stand in the Girl Scouts of Utah (GSU) Trefoil Ranch Camp are a product of a partnership between GSU and the School of Architecture at the University of Utah. The project aimed to raise awareness of careers in the AEC industry for women and to provide opportunities for architecture students to engage in …

Work begins on Scotland’s tallest wooden building

CLT, Scotland, UK

Work on Scotland’s tallest timber building has begun, a seven-storey structure in Yoker, Glasgow, which will have 42 new flats overlooking the River Clyde when completed. Constructed primarily of Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), the development demonstrates CLT as a sustainable alternative to steel and concrete, offers enhanced environmental …