Photo Credit: Martin Tessler
Photos: Dennis Ivy, courtesy of WoodWorks
El Dorado High School is a 322,500-square-foot, $44 million building in southern Arkansas built with wood-framing, exposed wood and natural light.
Photo: WoodWorks Bethel School District – WA Case Study
Bethel School District (BSD) consists of 23 facilities in Pierce County, near Tacoma, WA that are all built using wood frame.
Photo: WoodWorks Innovations in Wood: Duke Lower and Middle Schools Case Study
Duke Lower and Middle Schools in Durham, North Carolina consists of 5 new wood-frame buildings and renovation of existing buildings for a total of 79,204 sq ft.
Photos: MSES Architects, City Construction Company
Franklin Elementary School is located in Franklin, West Virginia, and is the first school in the U.S. to be built using cross laminated timber (CLT).
Photos: Benjamin Benschneider and WG Clark Construction; Mahlum Architects
University of Washington Mercer Court / Elm Hall are part of the UW West Campus Student Housing construction where wood framing was used to meet design goals.
Wood provided both a beautiful finish and structure for Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.
The Martha C. Cutts Gymnasium is a 11,266 square foot facility in Washington, D.C. and is the region's first cross-laminated timber (CLT) building.
Brock Commons Tallwood House is an 18-storey hybrid mass timber residence at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Architect: Haizlip Studios | Photo: Jeffrey Jacobs
Photo: Lincoln Barbour for Mahlum
Arena District Apartments by Mahlum Architects are a 5-story, wood-framed student housing development at University of Oregon.
Photo: Peter Vanderwarker | vanderwarker.com
The Hitchcock Center for the Environment took on the Living Building Challenge for its world-class 9,000 square foot environmental education center.
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