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Old Posted May 3, 2020, 11:00 PM
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wood based materials in egger hq in austria


https://www.archdaily.com/catalog/us...in-tirol-egger
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Old Posted May 27, 2020, 7:48 PM
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the cleveland woody market square development makes the wall street journal (behind a paywall):



Country’s Tallest Wooden Building Rising in Cleveland

Ambitious project proceeds despite coronavirus crisis

"In Cleveland, a developer is moving ahead with an ambitious project despite the pandemic: the country’s tallest wooden building. The nine-story development, dubbed Intro, will include 298 apartments, retail space and an event venue. It is being built primarily with mass timber, a type of pressed wood that is gaining popularity as a climate-friendly alternative to steel and concrete...."

https://www.wsj.com/articles/country...nd-11590494402





edit -- a short video from developer harbor bay:


https://youtu.be/AmPWlkLjRSY




and an awesome recent pic of the foundation pit next to the west side market:






here is a great twitter update -- a clip of the busy pit and cranezilla action

https://twitter.com/CtyGrlPhoto/stat...402630656?s=20

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Old Posted Sep 8, 2020, 2:07 AM
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^ they are wasting no time in the cleve --- the bones are rising above ground --- here is the bldg core:






more pics here:
https://twitter.com/CtyGrlPhoto?ref_...87427%3Fs%3D20
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Old Posted Sep 24, 2020, 2:53 PM
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sign up for this lunchtime event about the cleveland market square intro development -- its free!

MEETING/EVENT INFORMATION

TALL MASS TIMBER BUILDINGS AND THE INTRO CLEVELAND: A CASE STUDY



October 08, 2020
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Our expert speakers on Mass Timber will explain what Mass Timber construction is and how it differs from conventional steel-and-concrete building construction.


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Old Posted Sep 30, 2020, 1:48 AM
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booo! hisss!

now it looks like milwaukee's bigger woody than cleveland's is a go.

at least the cle will hold the crown for a few months tho lol:

https://urbanmilwaukee.com/2020/09/2...-timber-tower/

Intro: 9-story 350,000-square-foot 290 units
(retail base and underground parking)



Ascent: 25-story 284 ft tall 493,000-square-foot 259 units
(Topping out at 283 feet, the building would surpass the 280-foot Mjos Tower in Norway. Ascent will include a six-story concrete base used as a parking garage.)


and yes it counts even if its all not wood.
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Old Posted Sep 30, 2020, 5:58 AM
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Is it just me or is this not "just" wood. Seems to me that combining wood in layers with adhesive would make it much stronger while making it more resistant to burning.
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tokyo had plans for a big wood tower project in 2018, i wonder if that is still a go?


https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science...kyo-ncna851606


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the timber has hit the ocean via amsterdam and is on the way to the clev for the market square intro bldg.


https://twitter.com/dwhalen5/status/...690288135?s=20
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the massed timber wood is going vertical at cleveland market square intro!


more:
https://twitter.com/dwhalen5/status/...824913410?s=20


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more cle market square intro wood via MyPhoneDead on UO!


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At the moment, wooden multi-storey buildings are very popular all over the world. In the future this material can completely replace concrete buildings. Due to the large growth in popularity, there is a great need for qualified specialists in the processing of wood and preparing it for use in buildings. My father devoted most of his life to woodworking and is considered one of the best specialists in the city, but in his opinion his skills are not enough to take part in the construction of large buildings. Apparently there are clear differences in preparation and specificity of the woodworking wizard. Despite this, I am sure that if the construction of wooden buildings in my city begins, my father will be attracted to participate in it. I am still learning this craft, but I hope to participate in the construction of large buildings. Many projects are currently under development, but I am sure that wooden structures will gradually be used around the world.

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At the moment, wooden multi-storey buildings are very popular all over the world. In the future this material can completely replace concrete buildings. Due to the large growth in popularity, there is a great need for qualified specialists in the processing of wood and preparing it for use in buildings. My father devoted most of his life to woodworking and is considered one of the best specialists in the city, but in his opinion, his skills are not enough to take part in the construction of large buildings......
This is a very interesting story and thanks for the information!
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Although the subject is an ancient history, it contains great information. I will soon build a wooden house and buy a wood stove. Reading books will be great.
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