Timber Companies

Largest "Mass Timber" Building in U.S. Opens
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Largest "Mass Timber" Building in U.S. Opens

What is claimed to be the largest "mass timber" building in the US and the... More

Can SOM Build a Wood Skyscraper In a City of Steel Giants?
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Can SOM Build a Wood Skyscraper In a City of Steel Giants?

The firm behind the John Hancock Center, Willis Tower, and the Burj Khalifa wants... More

Thermally Modified Wood Heats Up the Siding Market
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Thermally Modified Wood Heats Up the Siding Market

The high-performance product, which has had success in Europe, is starting to make... More

Concrete Group's New Video Attacks CLTs as Fire Hazards
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Concrete Group's New Video Attacks CLTs as Fire Hazards

Coalition apparently seeks to blunt pro-Cross-Laminated Timbers efforts in Seattle. More

 Can Timber Skyscrapers Really Help Save The Planet?
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Can Timber Skyscrapers Really Help Save The Planet?

Politicians, architects, and scientists increasingly herald timber as an... More

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TRI Pointe Takes Hold of Weyerhaeuser's Five-Jeweled Crown

TRI Pointe settles on its mammoth $2.8 billion deal to acquire Weyerhaeuser's five home building operations, a talent-rich operator group, 27,000 building lots, and five regional power brand names via a complex Reverse Morris Trust financial transaction. Here, from BUILDER's John McManus, is what the deal means to TRI Pointe, and what it means to home building's leading organizations. More

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Does Brookfield have the inside track on the $3.5 billion Weyerhaeuser prize? Does Brookfield have the inside track on the $3.5 billion Weyerhaeuser prize?

A raft of big builder and developer transactions, IPOs, and other capital raises are due to close in the coming weeks and months, as housing got an unexpected positive jolt from the Fed's reversal on quantitative easing tapering for the moment. Here's an informed look at one of the sector's biggest deals from BIG BUILDER's John McManus. More

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Computerized Layouts Provide Structurally Sound Building Plans Computerized Layouts Provide Structurally Sound Building Plans

Computerized layouts help builders meet stricter codes and control lumber costs. More

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Who will buy? Weyerhaeuser and Shapell stakes grow steeper Who will buy? Weyerhaeuser and Shapell stakes grow steeper

Bidders are jockeying for advantage on two game-changing home building crown jewels--the five-piece Weyerhaeuser portfolio of home builders with a reported total of 27,000 lots and California-based Shapell Homes, with an estimated California lot pipeline of 10,000--as the race to lock in land supply for housing's continued recovery in the coming 12 to 36 months heightens the stakes. BUILDER PULSE's John McManus takes a look at at a most-likely buyer line-up, exploring whys, wherefores, and domino effects. More

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Paying More Than Lip Service to Supplier Partnerships

David Weekley Homes recognizes two dozen of its top performers. More

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