Mass Timber Office Forum

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By Michael Urie

The Capacity and Supply Chain of the Mass Timber Industry

G&T hosted a discussion on the capacity of the market as part of the ongoing mass timber office series that brings together experts to discuss and debate barriers to the uptake of mass timber in commercial office construction.

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Mass Timber in Office Construction: Does it impact the cost and programme of your project?

In the fifth session hosted by G&T as part of the ongoing Mass Timber Office series the panel of experts focussed on what implications using mass timber for office construction may have on a project’s cost, programme and the procurement approach, from the design phase right through to construction.

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By Michael Urie

Best Practice When Building with Mass Timber

G&T brought together experts from across the construction industry to discuss best practice methods as part of our ongoing Mass Timber Office series.

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By Michael Urie

How sustainable is mass timber?

Part of G&T's ongoing mass timber office series this discussion focuses on the role mass timber will play in the global net zero and sustainability agenda.

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By Michael Urie

The Impact of Fire When Building with Mass Timber

In G&T’s Mass Timber Office series the latest panel ‘Fire, Testing and Building Control’ examined the impact of fire both pre and post construction and discussed the work currently being carried out by industry stakeholders on the behaviour of mass timber in the event of a fire.

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By Michael Urie

G&T Launches Mass Timber Forum for Commercial Offices

Hosted by partner Matt Holman, these forums focus on hot topics such as Insurance, Fire and Sustainability. G&T partner and timber expert Oliver Booth has assembled panels of leading experts in their respective disciplines to help share knowledge and information that can be referred to when considering mass timber for commercial office projects.

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