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Sustainability Goes Beyond the Environment
Discussions surrounding sustainability generally focus on the reduction of carbon emissions, the responsible sourcing of materials together with the recycling and elimination of waste – which are all vitally important. However, sustainability goes beyond the environment. Here Andy Goodwin Managing Director for B&K Structures, shares some thought-provoking ideas on developing the right talent to sustain the future of the engineered timber industry.
 
Jaguar Land Rover - The Award Winning Solution
The brief was to create one of the foremost automotive engineering centres in the world, relfecting the design quality and company values associated with one of the UK's most iconic businesses - Jaguar Land Rover.
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B&K Structures Celebrate Award Success
On the back of winning the Timber Trade Journal (TTJ) Award for the Commercial Use of Timber in Construction for the acclaimed Spinningfields Pavilion, the team at B&K Structures are celebrating once again having picked up another two trophies at the Structural Timber Awards.
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Award Winning CLT on Show at Offsite Expo
There was a real buzz at Offsite Expo around the B&K Structures stand, which was constructed from cross laminated timber (CLT) – the team described the event as ‘outstanding’ with ‘huge opportunities for developing new business partnerships.’
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Latest Project: The Arts Centre, Sherborne Girls School
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Dalston Lane
Produced by Rulo Films, this video shows an aerial view of Dalston Lane - a project we constructed for Regal Homes.
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