Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer

Mass Timber Market Updates - June 2021 - Week Twentyfive

June 27, 2021 Paul Kremer Season 1 Episode 42
Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer
Mass Timber Market Updates - June 2021 - Week Twentyfive
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Mass Timber Construction with Paul Kremer
Mass Timber Market Updates - June 2021 - Week Twentyfive
Jun 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 42
Paul Kremer

In this weeks mass timber construction update. The launch of the new $110m Auckland City Mission HQ being finished, tallest NZ wood building. Bates Smart’s 25 King Street Building, located in the Brisbane Showgrounds, has been named the Best Tall Building Under 100 Metres by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). The honour, awarded at an international level, recognises the best tall buildings around the world. Glued laminated timber beams spanning 42 metres in length have been hauled from Port Melbourne to South Australia’s Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre construction site, the longest single ‘glulam’ beams ever shipped to Australia, the City of Mount Gambier announces. The University of Newcastle’s newly completed Q Building, has overcome the hurdles of the pandemic to open its doors right on schedule, despite the challenges of incorporating innovative and sustainable materials. Hansen Yuncken used timber extensively throughout the building to reduce embodied carbon and minimise construction waste. CLTP Tasmania has officially launched the world’s first hardwood Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), along with their new brand – Cusp Building Solutions.  Cusp CLT is made from Tasmanian Plantation Oak (Eucalyptus Nitens) sourced from certified sustainable plantations grown in Tasmania. Using a resource that is currently exported as wood chips, they have created a world-leading mass timber product for the Australian building industry. 

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"
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Show Notes

In this weeks mass timber construction update. The launch of the new $110m Auckland City Mission HQ being finished, tallest NZ wood building. Bates Smart’s 25 King Street Building, located in the Brisbane Showgrounds, has been named the Best Tall Building Under 100 Metres by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). The honour, awarded at an international level, recognises the best tall buildings around the world. Glued laminated timber beams spanning 42 metres in length have been hauled from Port Melbourne to South Australia’s Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre construction site, the longest single ‘glulam’ beams ever shipped to Australia, the City of Mount Gambier announces. The University of Newcastle’s newly completed Q Building, has overcome the hurdles of the pandemic to open its doors right on schedule, despite the challenges of incorporating innovative and sustainable materials. Hansen Yuncken used timber extensively throughout the building to reduce embodied carbon and minimise construction waste. CLTP Tasmania has officially launched the world’s first hardwood Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), along with their new brand – Cusp Building Solutions.  Cusp CLT is made from Tasmanian Plantation Oak (Eucalyptus Nitens) sourced from certified sustainable plantations grown in Tasmania. Using a resource that is currently exported as wood chips, they have created a world-leading mass timber product for the Australian building industry. 

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?