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    New Zealand Forestry Bulletin, Winter 2017

    By | September 13th, 2017|Categories: Forestry Updates|

    The latest Winter 2017 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published on 31 August 2017. In this issue - Bob Jones goes wooden with world's tallest timber office tower End of Steep Land Harvest Programme [...]

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    Forest Enterprises expands with Gisborne-based appointment

    By | September 1st, 2017|Categories: Forest Enterprises News|

    Professional forester Dan Fraser joined Forest Enterprises in August in the new executive role of Gisborne Regional Manager to boost the management our expanding harvest programme. This is our first appointment outside of home base [...]

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    World’s tallest wooden office tower planned for Wellington

    By | August 11th, 2017|Categories: Wood is Good|

    There is great excitement across the engineering and forestry sectors as Sir Bob Jones announces plans to erect the world's tallest wooden office building in central Wellington. Jones says laminated timber is far more earthquake [...]

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    ‘Plyscraper’ projects push the boundaries

    By | July 30th, 2017|Categories: Wood is Good|

    Architecture & Design's latest article explores six wooden ‘plyscraper’ projects from around the world that push the boundaries of sustainability and engineered timber construction. Read the full article online. Featured image: Named after the tallest living [...]

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