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"Australian Architects can design structures with the form and feel of timber, now with the spanning capabilities needed in the commercial and civic space"
"100% renewable, sustainable plantation-grown timber – achieving large spans with natural beauty"
"Timber provides impressive spans with a lighter footprint than steel or concrete – and has the added benefit of sequestering carbon in the structure"
"Curved timber structures over broad spans are now a reality – with Timberbuilt Solution’s curved plywood box beams"
"Timberbuilt Solutions’ BIM (Building Information Modelling) enables us to take your 3D model so we can model the structural timber components – saving time and money while achieving your architectural vision"
"From small commercial structures (400 m2) to large (25,000 m2), Timberbuilt Solutions can provide design, engineering and prefabrication solutions for a precise installation with low on-site costs"
To achieve the greatest design outcomes and most efficient use of materials and labour during construction, it is best to begin consultation at concept and early planning stage. This will enable the relevant project tasks to be correctly allocated, and avoid needless engineering costs with other materials made redundant by timber solutions.
Design integration and close collaboration are key to any project achieving its full potential
Timberbuilt Solution’s priority at all times is to deliver value. Value in expanding design possibilities, cost control and value in better environmental outcomes. Our design capabilities, through modelling in 3D, allow us to deliver on your unique design challenge. Our precision manufacture means that on-site assembly is fast and thorough, delivering cost savings to your project.
The impeccable environmental credentials of plantation grown engineered wood products, and the positive carbon impact of timber in the modern built environment, makes Timberbuilt Solutions your first choice for creative timber construction.
We are happy to provide input at early stages to discuss aspects of timber engineering and construction that may benefit.