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Designing or building medium density housing such as walk up apartments or terraced housing? Learn more about the benefits of building with Woodspan here: Save Time on Medium Density Projects with Woodspan PLT Midfloors – EBOSS We have the expertise and experience in medium density housing to ensure...

Our latest revision of the Woodspan PLT Design & Install guide is available for download now! https://www.woodspan.co.nz/design-guide/ Working with some of New Zealand's most experienced and respected mass timber engineers we have taken the learnings gained over the last three years and made updates and additions including: ...

Woodspan can now be found on EBOSS! EBOSS is New Zealand's largest online architecture product library with an audience of over 30,000 design and construction professionals. We are delighted to have the opportunity to connect with the architectural community through this platform. You can find us on EBOSS...

We are proud to be supplying Woodspan PLT floor panels for the Mary Potter Apartment project in central Wellington. This project comprises of 41 apartments across 5 levels. As well as serving a structural purpose, the Woodspan floor panels were also required to meet a specific...

Woodspan PLT System Achieves FRR 60/60/60 Fire Resistance Rating Woodspan is pleased to announce that the mass timber manufacturer has completed fire testing of its Woodspan PLT floor system to test method AS 1530.4:2014. In conjunction with consultancy by structural fire expert Dr Andy Buchanan (PTL...

WPMA and NZ Wood are delighted to advise this years’ winner & highly commended for the “Interior Design Award” Sponsored by Woodspan PLT Panels are: Winner - “National Library Auditorium, Wellington” by Warren & Mahoney; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQUO0puA9xA Highly Commended – “Lara Lane” by Box Build Ltd; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bKX4OzzBpg To view all of...

Check out this story on the Dezeen website; https://www.dezeen.com/2020/02/12/france-public-buildings-sustainability-law-50-per-cent-wood/ The French government has announced plans for a sustainability law that will ensure all new public buildings are built from at least 50 per cent timber or other natural materials. This is due to be implemented by 2022. Imagine...