SLB Board Members and Softwood Lumber industry have taken the time to share their thoughts on the assessment increase and reflect on the SLB's impact in the industry.
The Timber City exhibit at the National Building Museum (NBM) in Washington, D.C., which debuted in September, 2016 and runs through May, 2017, continues to receive outstanding press coverage highlighting the innovative mass timber wood products and building technologies featured in the exhibit.
The Washington Post
December 16, 2016
“‘Timber City,’ an illuminating if not see-through exhibition at the National Building Museum, proposes an alternative to stone and concrete facades. Tomorrow’s buildings will — or should — be constructed of wood. Structures of prefabricated wooden panels can be erected faster than steel-and-concrete ones and could substantially reduce global carbon dioxide emissions.” Read more here.
January 3, 2017“Timber City offers “arguments for why wood should be the material of choice for buildings that often are constructed today from concrete and steel… arguing that wood is a greener, less expensive, easier-to-use choice” Read more here.