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- As part of its ongoing content series focused on innovative light-frame wood projects, Think Wood recently profiled the new Centennial Park Pavilion in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
- At last month’s NCSEA Structural Engineering Summit in Anaheim, California, Terry Malone of WoodWorks received the prestigious Susan M. Frey Award.
- Facing insurance hurdles on an innovative mass timber education project in Vancouver, Washington, architect Craig Curtis, Partner and Director of Emerging Building Technologies at Mithun, reached out to WoodWorks.
- In a recent special feature in The Washington Post, journalist William Booth says wood has the potential to take over city skylines, observing that “architects are in a proof-of-concept race to construct sustainable wood high-rises.”