Building with green Douglas fir: two case studies from Scotland

Author: R. Haigh (IKM Consulting Ltd), N. Dely (Cundall) and J. Roynon (BuroHappold)

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27 November 2014

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Building with green Douglas fir: two case studies from Scotland

The Structural Engineer
Building with green Douglas fir: two case studies from Scotland
Date published

27 November 2014

Author

R. Haigh (IKM Consulting Ltd), N. Dely (Cundall) and J. Roynon (BuroHappold)

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Members/Subscribers: Free

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R. Haigh (IKM Consulting Ltd), N. Dely (Cundall) and J. Roynon (BuroHappold)

Award-winning structures at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority (Carrochan) demonstrate the untapped potential of green Douglas fir as a sustainable construction material.

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