Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer

Mass Timber Construction Podcast Special Guest - Chris Evans and Sam Dicke - Swinerton

February 18, 2021 Paul Kremer Season 1 Episode 14
Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer
Mass Timber Construction Podcast Special Guest - Chris Evans and Sam Dicke - Swinerton
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Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer
Mass Timber Construction Podcast Special Guest - Chris Evans and Sam Dicke - Swinerton
Feb 18, 2021 Season 1 Episode 14
Paul Kremer

Chris Evans and Sam Dicke from Swinerton talk about the genesis of 'sustainability' within the 130 year-old employee owned organisation. We learn what is happening in Milwaukee in some funny grapevine news. More importantly we explore the way mass timber construction differs from a pre-construction engagement process and what makes for an effective mass timber project collaboration. 

Production by Deeelicious Beats 
Music "Game Play" by Quality Quest
Podcast is a Mass Timber Construction Journal Production 
www.masstimberconstruction.com 


Rotho Blaas "Build the [Im]possible"
Solutions designed for building in wood that are easily accessible adapting to the needs of all.

Sponsor Wanted Here
Looking for global sponsorship opportunities in the mass timber sector? Why not consider sponsoring?

Show Notes

Chris Evans and Sam Dicke from Swinerton talk about the genesis of 'sustainability' within the 130 year-old employee owned organisation. We learn what is happening in Milwaukee in some funny grapevine news. More importantly we explore the way mass timber construction differs from a pre-construction engagement process and what makes for an effective mass timber project collaboration. 

Production by Deeelicious Beats 
Music "Game Play" by Quality Quest
Podcast is a Mass Timber Construction Journal Production 
www.masstimberconstruction.com 


Rotho Blaas "Build the [Im]possible"
Solutions designed for building in wood that are easily accessible adapting to the needs of all.

Sponsor Wanted Here
Looking for global sponsorship opportunities in the mass timber sector? Why not consider sponsoring?