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    Barking Riverside Case Study
    21st October 2016
    Barking Riverside case study https://vimeo.com/69571067
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    Fire Door 5 Step Check
    3rd September 2018
    A new quick and easy-to-use fire door checker been launched in Fire Door Safety Week to help boost the knowledge and confidence of social housing / local authority / private rented sector tenants concerned about fire safety. For more in depth details visit the Fire Door Safety Week Website HERE.
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    Newhall Be Case Study
    21st October 2016
    Newhall Be case study
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    Nature's Stroke of Pure Genius
    2nd September 2016
    This video tells the story of trees.
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    Wood windows - Life Cycle Assessment
    24th August 2016
    Course Takes Approx. 5 mins. (Video)
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    BWF Stair Scheme Installation Video Guide
    7th October 2016
    BWF Stair Scheme Installation Guide
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    Heritage Windows
    14th October 2016
    Course Takes Approx. 5 mins. (Video)
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    Wood windows - Service Life Planning
    24th August 2016
    Course Takes Approx. 1 min. (Video)
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    Wood windows - Whole life cost
    24th August 2016
    Course Takes Approx. 3 mins. (Video)
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    How to repaint wood windows
    24th August 2016
    Dave Christie of Remmers UK show just how easy it is to redecorate today's factory-finished wood windows and doors - and gives some trouble-shooting tips.
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    How safe are your fire doors?
    24th August 2016
    Use this simple checklist to see how safe your fire doors are and to get the specification of Fire Doors right.
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    Top tips for installing a fire door
    24th August 2016
    Installing a fire door isn’t like hanging an ordinary door. You MUST get it right otherwise property and lives will be at risk. ALWAYS check the manufacturer’s instructions to make sure you have the correct components to fit to the door. DON’T take risks. This video will help.
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    Top Ten Tips on Decking
    24th August 2016
    Chris Lowe gives his Top Ten Tips on Decking. The Managing Director of the Manchester Deck Company explains why he’ll only use Southern Yellow Pine for his decks and what goes into making a great deck. Why Southern Yellow Pine? It’s easier to preservative-treat, has greater impact-resistance – and, above all, looks terrific.
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    Replacing windows in Conservation areas
    22nd August 2016
    Course Takes Approx. 7 mins. (Video)
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    Guidance on Fire Risk
    19th August 2016
    This WebTV show discusses how guidance from the UK Timber Frame Association (now the Structural Timber Association) on risk mitigation measures against fire during construction to enable timber frame to be constructed in all locations.
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    Wood for Good: Wood... sounds sustainable.
    19th August 2016
    http://vimeo.com/29487806Modern forestry means that the planting and felling of trees is a well-managed cycle that maximises CO2 absorption and at the same time encourages biodiversity.
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    Wood, the low carbon building material: Chapter 1 - The Story of the Tree
    28th July 2016
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    Wood, the low carbon building material: Chapter 2 - The Hectare Story
    28th June 2016
    The Hectare story
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    Wood, the low carbon building material: Chapter 3 - The Story of the House
    28th January 2016
    This video tells the story of trees.
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    Michael Green - Why we should build wooden skyscrapers
    24th August 2016
    Michael Green wants to solve architecture’s biggest challenge – meeting worldwide housing demand without increasing carbon emissions, by building with carbon-sequestering wood instead of concrete and steel. He is calling for rapid systemic change in the way we build. To end the global housing and climate crises, his view is we need to get past innovation-stifling regulations and well-meaning but misguided ideas popularized by mainstream media. His proposal: Forget steel, straw, concrete, shipping containers, and rammed earth. Use wood to erect urban skyscrapers. “When the Eiffel Tower was built, nobody thought it could be done. Now it’s a symbol of Paris,” Green told the Vancouver Sun. “Projects like it really triggered an innovation on how cities were built. Man moves by innovation and [by] aiming for the moon.” Green, whose projects range from retail boutiques and housing in North America to a sustainable community in Asia, explores the plausibility of tall wood buildings — the costs, benefits, and engineering challenges — in an extensive 2012 white paper. The TED Talent Search winner also teaches and mentors at the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA).
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    Stora Enso - Rebuild
    24th August 2016
    Stora Enso – ReBuild: Wood is the building material of the future.
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    Stora Enso - Recycle
    24th August 2016
    Stora Enso - There's no such thing as waste!
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    Stora Enso - Rethink
    24th August 2016
    Stora Enso - Rethink!