Technical articles

8 May 2024

Embracing Advanced BIM Management in Mass Timber Construction: An Industry Game Changer

In the increasingly complex world of construction, the integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has transformed how projects are approached, especially in mass timber construction. Our […]
3 April 2024

Mass Timber and Details: A Timber Engineer superskill

Detailing in timber engineering is not merely a task; it’s an art form that combines precision, technical skill, and deep understanding of the material and a […]
6 February 2024

Why (and when) You Should Involve a Timber Engineer in Your Project: Unveiling Key Reasons – Part 2

As anticipated in the previous article, we are pleased to share with you the second part of our series on the importance of timber engineers in […]
10 January 2024

Why (and when) You Should Involve a Timber Engineer in Your Project: Unveiling Key Reasons – Part 1

The best time to involve a timber engineer is at the beginning of the project; the second-best time to involve a timber engineer is now; the worst […]
6 November 2023

Bim, LOD and Mass Timber: Insights, Challenges, and Perspectives

BIM isn’t merely software or a mere acronym representing “Building Information Modeling“. It stands as an innovative design methodology facilitating seamless collaboration among diverse teams by […]
6 September 2023

Timber Engineers and the curse of the “about so precise”

In the realm of timber engineering, precision reigns supreme. Unlike some industries where room for error is tolerated, timber engineers like us understand that the phrase […]
22 August 2023

Timber’s CO2 sequestration potential for a greener future

A couple of weeks ago we posted an impressive picture showing our director, Franco Piva, hugging a red spruce column while asking all our followers to guess how many […]
4 July 2023

Monitoring means long lasting

would you ever fly on a plane that costs less but has neither warning nor monitoring lights in the cockpit? This is a (strange at first […]
20 February 2023

Mass Timber Staircase

Stairs are not easy to be designed, we know that, but many different Mass Timber projects challenged us with this kind of design and we’re going to show […]
11 January 2023

The 80/20 rule for Timber Engineers

When Pareto demonstrated his principle, also known as the 80/20 rule, at the University of Lausanne in 1897, he surely could not have thought that almost […]
8 November 2022

Modular building: a sustainable revolution

Last week we had a super interesting meeting with Finch Buildings, a highly passionate and modern Nord European company that works in the modular building field. […]
5 October 2022

How to de-risk a project

(and make timber the material to go for) In the construction industry, there have always been numerous aspects to take into consideration from the very early […]
1 September 2022

The key role of details in timber engineering

Details, timber and DfMA: three strictly related words This article can be seen as the second part of the article about Digital Model we wrote. How […]
30 June 2022

Timber and the digital model

How long would it take to copy the bible by hand? This could sound like a nonsense question since we’re talking about timber. Plus, why the […]
8 March 2022

International Mass Timber Conference 2022

We are honored to host Arnie Didier, CEO and Founder of Forest Business Network with an interview about the upcoming International Mass Timber Conference in Portland […]
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