Build in Wood
The sustainable arguments for wood construction are many. The construction industry is one of the biggest contributors to the negative climate impact and building in wood can save us a lot of carbon emission. Then why don’t we use more wood? The biggest challenges are the lack of knowledge and hands-on experiences. Political and legal matters also make it more difficult, time consuming and expensive to choose wood and timber solutions.
Let’s change that! At Build in Wood hundreds of stakeholders, practitioners and politicians will gather to discuss and improve the potential of building with wood. Join us to share knowledge and overcome the challenges together in order to ultimately build more in wood.
We will be back with a new event in Copenhagen 18-19 May 2021. We hope to see you!
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Be inspired by visionary projects and learn from other’s experiences
During the 2 days, you can experience international wood and timber experts and hear about the most visionary projects. In collaboration with stakeholders in the industry, the program is carefully tailored to architects, engineers, entrepreneurs, estate developers and suppliers and other representatives in the industry.
You will get inspiration from visionary projects with wood as the central component and get inspired by innovative methods and approaches. We have also made sure that you can learn from others in the industry and their experiences – both successful and less successful.
Get facts and in-depth knowledge
At Build in Wood, you will get a fact-based overview of the latest research, politics and experiences with wood so far. Through inspiring frontrunners from all over the world, you get actual and specific knowledge about wood construction and you get introduced to the typical challenges and the ways to overcome those.
Join debates about wood and politics
The program also includes several exciting debates on wood and wood in construction. You can join the debates and hear the opinions of key stakeholders and politicians about the future of wood in construction.
What’s in it for you?
• Inspiration for using more wood in constructions
• Fact-based overview of the existing knowledge about wood construction
• Learn new ways and methods for buildings in wood
• Specific knowledge about the climate impact of wood
• Practical examples and cases that prepare you for building in wood
• The existing and latest data and research in relation to wood
• Networking, community and partnership opportunities in the construction industry
• Some of the solutions to challenges in the wood industry
Limited seats only – register today!
Early Bird ends 16 April 2021
Spring offer ends 7 May 2021
Price from 8 May 2021
All mentioned prices are excl. VAT.
Register here or contact us on +45 35 25 35 45 / email@example.com
Invoice and confirmation of your registration will be submitted upon registration.
The price includes catering both days (coffee/tea, fruit/cake and lunch as well as a network reception with food and drinks).
Group Discount: It is possible to register 3+ entries for the event and get a discount. Contact us for more information.
Digital Event: When you join the digital event, you can live stream the event from your home or office. You can watch all the speakers, debates and tracks digitally in real time, and you can ask questions along the way. In addition, you also get access to everything on demand for 3 months afterwards.
Cancellation: Cancellation must be made by mail. If canceled up to 14 days before the event, a fee of 10% will be withheld. Should cancellation be made less than 14 days prior to the event, 50% will be withheld and, if canceled later than 2 days before the date of the event, full price will be paid. If you are prevented from participating, you also have the opportunity to transfer your participation to a colleague.
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