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OneOak timber used in house build

posted on November 3, 2011

The story of the OneOak timber being used by Carpenter Oak & Woodland in preparing a frame for a new house was told in a previous post: OneOak timber framing the future.

Earlier this week, OneOak project manager Gabriel Hemery, visited the site of the new house build in Gloucestershire. The timber frame of the stunning curved design, in which the OneOak braces form an integral part, was nearing completion. Workers from Carpenter Oak & Woodland were putting the final touches to the frame in readiness to hand it over to the builders to complete.


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