Taking place at London’s ExCeL Exhibition and Conference Centre, the exhibition is running from 1st – 3rd March 2011.
With a proven track record in timber engineering and after recently branching out into engineered timber structures, Cygnum’s advanced closed panel timber frame system demonstrates the company’s commitment to delivering innovative and sustainable timber building solutions.
Following recent changes to Part L of the Building Regulations, new homes must reduce CO2 emissions by 25%, when compared with 2006 levels. Guaranteeing improved thermal and acoustic performance as well as excellent air tightness, factory-produced closed panel timber frames will offer one of the most versatile, cost effective and sustainable solutions to meet these new regulations.
With a commitment to developing innovative timber construction solutions, Cygnum’s new closed panel system further demonstrates the company’s engineering expertise and desire to offer clients a suite of systems. As well as offering excellent levels of sustainability, the closed panel timber system will benefit fast track construction to meet demand and reduce costs.
Cygnum’s new closed panel timber frame system will be unveiled on Stand S1220 at Ecobuild 2011