Carbon-neutral buildings

As construction materials used in the world today account for 11% of the global CO2 emissions, there is a need to shift from non-renewable construction materials like steel and concrete to renewable, low carbon and circular building materials, such as wood. It is important to look at the lifecycle impact of a building and new building concepts that can support green cities and communities. We can help you preserve the future with carbon neutral buildings based on wood. Join our journey towards sustainable and innovative construction and learn more about our wood products and building concepts offering!

 

Solutions for:

LVL construction

Building materials

High quality wooden construction materials from sustainably managed forests and supply chains, to reduce the carbon footprint of your building projects.

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Wooden door and window components

Building components

Wooden building components for windows, doors, mouldings, thresholds, handrails etc to improve the circularity and climate impact of your construction project.

Recommended content: Door and window components, Cladding and decking


Lapinmaki daycare

Office buildings, schools and residential buildings

Building concepts showing what can be achieved with wood to reduce carbon footprint for renewable and efficient living, working and learning spaces.

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Supercell office in Wood City, Helsinki

Digital services

BIM resources, Calculatis, CLT360+ and other digital tools to simplify wooden building design and construction for your company.

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Massive wood building with CLT

Bio-based adhesives for construction materials

Lignin is a wood-based, non-toxic alternative to fossil-based materials that can replace phenols in industrial adhesives and resins.

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Benefits for companies, brands and consumers:

  • Reducing construction-related CO2 emissions by up to 75% by building with wood instead of non-renewable materials
  • People living or working in wooden buildings report better levels of wellbeing
  • Wooden buildings store carbon, which contributes to greener cities