In France as elsewhere, has wood construction reached its cruising speed?
While RE2020 and European directives are pushing the use of biosourced materials in new construction, where is wood construction? A few months before the organization, from October 17 to 20 in Bordeauxof Woodrise 2023, the international congress dedicated to medium and high-rise wooden buildings, the question is all the more topical.
Co-organized by FCBA Institute of Technology, FP Innovations, Building Research Institute and Japan International Association forindustry building and housing (JIBH), the event aims to bring together the forest-wood sector around climate and energy issues, while shining the spotlight on the latest technologies in the field. Because the sector is not lacking in innovations, as evidenced by the number of wooden constructions which has progressed almost everywhere in the world in recent years.
Projects are no longer confined to single-family homes but are also developing in the medium and high-rise segments. As a reminder, in 2020 the French wood-construction sector had almost 2,000 companies, employing 13,000 employees and achieving a turnover of 1.9 billion euros excluding taxes.
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