Currently under construction, the Field Arts & Events Hall in Port Angeles, Washington, embraces the region’s timber history with the use of wood and natural materials throughout the 3,809-m2 (41,000-sf) building.
A mixed-use project under construction in Atlanta, Georgia, is using cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glulam made from Georgia-grown southern yellow pine to reduce the project’s transportation emissions and reap the material’s sustainability benefits.
An industrial warehouse development in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, designed by USAA Real Estate and Seefried Industrial Partners, will be one of the first to use sustainable building materials to reduce the carbon impact of its construction by more than 45 percent.
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