More than 37,000 building and design professionals were estimated to have flocked through the turnstiles at Sydney Build (March 6 and 7, 2023). The event, held at ICC Sydney, is Australia’s biggest festival of design and features many highlights, including the largest Women in Construction meeting in the nation.
Wood Central has provided a recap of all the wood activity.
Meanwhile, Matt de Jongh of Responsible Wood chaired a discussion on ‘Sustainability to Resilience: Maximising Renewables in Construction’, emphasizing the important role of Sustainable Forest Management in preserving the world’s forests and participated in a panel discussion about ‘Energy and Carbon Management.’ Responsible Wood is Australia’s largest forest certification scheme and, through Chain of Custody certification, is carried by a wide variety of building products.
Equality Timber posted this reel on its Instagram channel, showing the stand under construction.
According to Sean Bull, Technical Engineer NSW,
Sean Bull, NSW Technical Engineer for Xlam, was busy with hundreds of attendees visiting the Xlam stand. XLam is leading the charge in the production of Australian Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) – with a number of projects already under their belt including Royd Clan House.
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