TWO OF BRITAIN’S LEADING TIMBER ASSOCIATIONS HAVE JOINED FORCES TO PUBLISH SITE CHECK: THE TIMBER FRAME POCKET BOOK – THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO BEST PRACTICE IN TIMBER FRAME CONSTRUCTION.
TRADA and the Structural Timber Association (STA) have combined their expert knowledge to update and merge individual timber frame publications to produce a single-source ‘best-of both’ guide to on-site construction.
Small in size, but significant in stature, Site check: The timber frame pocket book is an invaluable tool for all those responsible for high quality workmanship, imperative when the burgeoning timber frame sector has grown at almost twice the market rate in one year alone.
* TRADA’s Rupert Scott says: “We are delighted to collaborate with the STA to provide the timber industry with a single source of timber frame advice. Site check: The timber frame pocket book equips site managers and other construction professionals with a handy aid to supervise and check that subcontractors’ work is done to a high standard.
“The timber frame market is enjoying spectacular growth, providing a golden opportunity for those operating in this sector. And with the Chancellor recently committing £44 billion for the largest house-building drive for decades, this growth shows no sign of abating.”
Written as an illustrated guide that can be easily consulted by on-site management, this spiral-bound pocket book gives construction professionals the competitive edge by helping them to ensure sub-contract work is carried out to the highest standard.
“With a shared objective to enhance the standards within the structural timber sector, our collaboration with TRADA brought together the technical expertise of two of the timber industry’s leading organisations,” said Andrew Carpenter, Chief Executive of the STA.
Site check: the timber frame pocket book, is now published and available to buy at TRADA Bookshops – visit bookshop.trada.co.uk A discount of 35% is available to both TRADA and Structural Timber Association members. A pdf ‘taster’ copy can be downloaded free at bookshop.trada.co.uk