The structure of the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire (CMEC), being built in Wisconsin, utilizes responsibly sourced mass timber, with round-timber columns, joist and girder trusses replacing conventional steel and concrete, resulting in carbon sequestration worth more than 158,757 kg (350,000 lb).
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has certified the 86.6-m (284-ft), 25-story Ascent building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, as the tallest mass timber structure in the world in two categories—the tallest timber building overall, and the World’s Tallest Timber-Concrete Hybrid Building.
The governing board at Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin (SOAT) has voted to reverse their January 25 decision to cease operations of both its campuses in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Spring Green, Wisconsin, in June.
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