A special thank you to our 2018 Mass Timber Conference sponsors and partners.
Katerra is a technology company optimizing the way we develop, design, and construct buildings. Katerra is ushering in an era of design and construction that seeks to modernize and disrupt the $1.3 trillion U.S. construction industry.
Visit Katerra and learn more about its innovative business model in booth #330 in the Exhibit Hall.
Hexion was a Gold Sponsor at the 2016 and 2017 events and continues that same support in 2018. Hexion is a worldwide leader in providing binding and bonding solutions to manufacturers of engineered wood products. The company manufactures everything from high-speed ambient curing adhesives to heat-resistant adhesives and resins.
Visit Hexion and learn more about its EcoBind ultra-low emitting resins at booth #322 in the Exhibit Hall.
Freres Lumber Co. has announced the development of a new-to-market, veneer-based engineered wood product, the Mass Plywood Panel (MPP). MPP is currently being tested and refined through a partnership between Freres Lumber Co. and researchers at Oregon State University College of Forestry and the TallWood Design Institute. Patents on MPP are pending.
Visit Freres Lumber Co. and learn more about its mass plywood panels in the Lounge inside the Exhibit Hall.
Track 1 Sponsor
Seagate Structures has the knowledge and expertise to complete any size project on time and on budget, with the highest possible quality. Ralph Austin founded Seagate Consulting Ltd in 2001, continuing a career in construction that began in 1978. He has built a tremendous team of professional crews who have become Team Seagate. Now leading the revolution in “Big Wood,” Seagate specializes in concrete forming, placing and finishing as well as fabricating, supplying and installing light wood framing, heavy timber framing, glulam, CLT and NLT.
Track 4 Sponsor
SmartLam, the first manufacturer of cross-laminated timber products in the United States, is located in Columbia Falls, Montana. Its 40,000 sq. ft. facility currently produces over 1 million board feet of cross-laminated timber per month. SmartLam is building a new, state-of-the-art facility in Columbia Falls that will significantly increase its production and finishing capabilities, and enable it to expand its architectural grade product line.
Visit SmartLam and learn more about its architectural products at booth #104 in the Exhibit Hall.
Sterling is leading the industry with turnkey solutions and breakthrough innovation in site access and ground protection. Our access experts offer a combination of consultation, products, and services that will increase efficiency, safety and environmental compliance from project inception through completion. As America’s largest CLT mat manufacturer Sterling has an engineered product proven to save our customers’ time and money. TerraLam® 300/500 CLT mats by Sterling are lighter, faster and longer lasting than traditional mats.
Put the power of true partnership to work for you. Visit sterlingsolutions.com.
Event Bag Sponsor
The TallWood Design Institute continues its sponsorship of the Event Bags for a second year and is the nation’s only research collaborative—a partnership between Oregon State University and the University of Oregon—that focuses exclusively on the advancement of structural wood products. It conducts the research needed for widespread adoption of mass timber building technology in the U.S.
Visit the TallWood Design Institute and learn more about the collaborative and its work at booth #312 in the Exhibit Hall.
Tour #2 Sponsor
As the industry’s leading provider of advanced manufacturing solutions, Stiles has been helping manufacturers nationwide increase their efficiency and productivity for over 50 years. With world-class machinery backed by an experienced and responsive support team, extensive parts inventory, unique upgrade capabilities and a nationally accredited education and training program, Stiles offers a solution for every challenge.
Visit Stiles Machinery and learn more about its machinery and service in booth #218 in the Exhibit Hall.
Oregonʼs forests are vast — and so too are the issues and challenges that impact their continued health and productivity. In 1991, the Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) to enhance collaboration among forest scientists, public agencies, community organizations, conservation groups and forest landowners; to provide objective information about responsible forest management; and to encourage environmentally sound forest practices through training and other educational programs.
Tour #1 Sponsor
Founded in 1951, D.R. Johnson is a second-generation, family-owned wood products manufacturer located in Riddle, Oregon — the heart of Oregon’s timber country. D.R. Johnson is the first company in the U.S. to receive APA/ANSI certification to manufacture structural CLT panels. The maximum panel size currently produced is 10’ X 24’ X 3, 5, or 7 layers. Riddle Lam/D.R. Johnson can produce glu-lam beams up to a maximum size of 20”X 9’ X 130’ long.
Visit D.R. Johnson Wood Innovations at booth #204 in the Exhibit Hall.