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Sweden Swedish Wood The challenge for Swedish Wood is to expand modern wood construction, not least by disseminating knowledge, highlighting the environmental benefits and supporting the development of norms and building standards that favour wood. Open in new window
Lithuania Lithuanian Association of Timber Houses Producers The Association helps the Lithuanian producers of wood houses to find partners abroad and also assists potential foreign investors to find producers in Lithuania. In addition, the Association issues publications on log houses, holds seminars and other events, provides consultations on production standards, foreign business offers and other relevant information. Open in new window
United Kingdom UK structural timber UK structural timber Association is not just the voice of sustainable construction, but that the STA logo itself represents the best quality standards. In that way, you can be assured that by using a STA member, you will benefit from delivery of the highest standards of technical excellence and safety on site. From the outset, we make sure that our members operate in the correct manner. We have strict criteria about who can join, and we audit our members to ensure that they are delivering industry best practice. Open in new window
United Kingdom UK Timber Research and Development Association TRADA (The Timber Research and Development Association) is an international membership organisation dedicated to inspiring and informing best practice design, specification and use of wood in the built environment and related fields. Open in new window
Finland The Association of the Finnish timber
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The Association of the Finnish timber and builders’ merchants and the The Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK). Open in new window
Finland The Finnish Sawmills Association The Finnish Sawmills Association promotes the business operations of its member companies by representing their interests. The Association’s objective is for the independent sawmilling industry to be known in Finland as one of the most vital sectors of the national economy and as a profitable, responsible and sustainable industry that is based on entrepreneurship, and for Finnish sawmills to be known worldwide as reliable and forward-looking partners. Open in new window
Finland Wood from Finland Wood from Finland – program promotes Finnish sawn softwood and its applications in selected market areas and segments. The main objectives of the program is to form new business partnerships between the global timber trade and Finnish companies and, to enhance the existing mutually beneficial co-operation between business partners. Open in new window
Slovenia Wood-processing Slovenia’s reputation as the third country in Europe after Finland and Sweden with over 60 per cent of its territory under forests explains why woodworking industry has always been important. Open in new window
Germany Wood and wood – based materials The Main Association of the German Wood Industry (Hauptverband der deutschen Holzindustrie – HDH) represents numerous sectors of the economy, all of which use wood and wood-based materials. The members of the HDH are their industry associations. Open in new window
Latvia Latvian Wood Industry Federation Latvian Wood Industry Federation members are associations of the industry, unifying active and socially responsible forestry, primary processing, further processing enterprises, wooden houses and furniture manufacturers. Open in new window
Denmark Danish Forest Owners The Danish Forest Owners Association (DFOA), in Danish: Skovdkyrkerne, is a Danish association that is owned and governed by small scale forest owners/farmers in Denmark. Open in new window
EU Timber constructions Europe Timber Construction Europe is the European roof organization uniting national associations representing small and medium sized businesses in timber construction.  We currently represent 22.000 member companies through our member associations in Italy, Luxemburg, Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Open in new window
EU The Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) The Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) is the umbrella association of national forest owner organisations in Europe. Representing family forestry in Europe, CEPF promotes the values of sustainable forest management, private property ownership and the economic viability of the forest sector. Open in new window
United Kingdom Construction chat Topics, news, library, articles, jobs, universities about constructions. Started a website in 2011 to sell books that students no longer needed as they progressed through university.Here is a platform on which a number of student lead projects could be created. Open in new window
United Kingdom Vision Development Design and engineer your new timber frame house, deliver it to site in pre-fabricated kit form, then erect it on site in a much quicker time period than other traditional methods of construction saving on costly labour prices. Open in new window
Australia WoodSolutions WoodSolutions is an industry initiative designed to provide independent, non-proprietary information about timber and wood products to professionals and companies involved in project development and design and construction in the built environment. Open in new window
Canada Wood WORKS! Wood WORKS! is a program of the Canadian Wood Council that supports a wood culture by connecting individuals, sharing best practices and celebrating innovative successes. Open in new window
Lithuania Lithuanian prefabricated wooden house cluster – PrefabLT Lithuanian prefabricated wooden house cluster – PrefabLT unite Lithuanian wooden panel, timber-frame and modular house manufacturers, engineering companies and suppliers. Open in new window
Denmark Nordic network for tall wood buildings The Nordic network for tall wood buildings seeks to gather all good forces with a common interest in advancing tall wood buildings in the Nordic countries. The network  comprises both researchers, manufacturers, construction clients, contractors, architects and policy makers. Open in new window
EU Knowledge Alliance for Sustainable
Mid-Rise and Tall
Wooden Buildings
KnoWood project aims to fulfil the future demands in higher education including entrepreneurial approaches to teaching and learning, innovation, sustainability, transnational, trans-disciplinary understanding in sustainable mid-rise and tall wooden buildings, which will increase sustainable growing forestry, employment in the wooden construction industry, a large reduction of greenhouse gasses and will create new innovative sustainable knowledge and courses in academia. Partnership promotes cooperation and innovation among European HEIs, researchers, business partners, associations, networks and broader society to foster design and construction of mid-rise and tall wooden buildings. Open in new window
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