Case Studies tagged in Commercial

I.T. Raises The Roof

I.T. Raises The Roof

International Timber has supplied Western Red Cedar cladding for an innovatively designed new leisure complex in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Due for completion in May 2011, the venue will be home to a 25 metre swimming and training pool, a six-co...
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Old Brewery Quarter

Old Brewery Quarter

International Timber, part of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution’s Timber Group, has supplied Houston Cox Interiors with £30,000 of Yellow Balau decking for a development of 400 apartments and commercial space at The Old Brewery Quarter in Bristol....
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Scotch Heritage Preserved

Scotch Heritage Preserved

While it is widely acknowledged that timber is one of the oldest building materials known to man, relatively few will associate it with the production of whisky. However, its use has traditionally played an essential part in the manufacture of the va...
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A Splash Of Colour

A Splash Of Colour

International Timber has supplied Sikkens painted redwood cladding for a development of 77 new houses and flats built for Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association by construction company Rok. Supplied through Scott Frame Timber Engineering, a range of f...
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Cladding In Style

Cladding In Style

International Timber, part of Saint-Gobain Building Distribution’s Timber Group, has supplied McCluskey Joinery with over £30,000 of lacquered Iroko cladding for 60 new apartments in prestigious residential development in Cramond, Edinburgh....
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Cladding Made Easy

Cladding Made Easy

When specifying timber for the prestigious River Quarter development, a Sunderland-based contractor needed a product that would stay looking good for years to come, with no danger of shrinking, cracking or warping....
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IT Supports University

IT Supports University

Nottingham University's H.O.U.S.E timber-based building project won the inaugural TTJ/Timber & Sustainable Building Timber at Ecobuild prize....
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In a Tropical Timber Focus, Timber Trades Journal explored the market potential for lesser known tropical timber species as well as further processed and engineered Tropical timber products. Our Product Director, John Dowd comments on such product developments within International Timber with the introduction of two new Malaysian species: lightweight, stable acacia for joinery timber and nemesu, for joinery and cladding. In a Tropical Timber Focus, Timber Trades Journal explored the market potential for lesser known tropical timber species as well as further processed and engineered Tropical timber products. Our Product Director, John Dowd comments on such product developments within International Timber with the introduction of two new Malaysian species: lightweight, stable acacia for joinery timber and nemesu, for joinery and cladding.