Put mass timber to work for you.

Mass Timber has rapidly become the material of choice for innovative builders and developers around the country. The WoodWorks Innovation Network can help you take your mass timber projects to the next level. Whether you’re new to mass timber or a seasoned professional, the WoodWorks Innovation Network is an opportunity to connect with experts. Put together a project team, ask questions on the forum, check out mass timber buildings across the U.S.

Recent Mass timber Projects

Houston Fire Museum

Houston, TX

The Loading Dock

Boulder, CO

Kellogg Middle School

Shoreline, WA

Platte 15

Denver, CO

Catalyst Building

Spokane, WA

1130 Alberta

Portland, OR

Library at the Dock

Docklands, VIC

25 King Street

Woody Point, QLD

Albina Yard

Portland, OR

Ice Block I

Sacramento, CA

2005 Poplar Way

Issaquah, WA

District Office

Portland, OR

Forte' Apartments

Docklands, VIC

1130 Alberta

Portland, OR

Pier 70 Parcel A

San Francisco, CA

Corporate Campus

Mountain View, CA

Muckleshoot Smokehouse

Enumclaw, WA

The Continuum

Lake City, SC

Platte Fifteen

Denver, CO

The Soto

San Antonio, TX

NIR Center

Portland, OR

DPR Office

Sacramento, CA

Walmart Home Office

Bentonville, AR

CLT Classrooms

Mount Vernon, WA

Flatiron PDX

Portland, OR

INTRO, Cleveland

Cleveland, OH

One De Haro

San Francisco, CA

The Arboretum

Newington, NH

Viega LLC Headquarters

Broomfield, CO

We’re stronger together.

Our network of affiliated professionals offer a wealth of shared knowledge, expertise, and opportunity for growth. Find experienced professionals who share a mutual interest in the future of timber design and construction.

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Join the network of mass timber pros.

Membership in the WoodWorks Innovation Network gives you access to experienced professionals working in mass timber and hybrid building technologies. Post your projects and experience for the opportunity to engage with developers and others who may want to collaborate on projects.

Let’s raise the bar.

Tap into the knowledge and experience of experts in mass timber construction. Connect with architects, engineers, and developers, and see how others are approaching their designs. Learn how to avoid pitfalls like outdated or incongruent building codes, and find resources you need.

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