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Project in Practice: The King’s Cross Sports Hall – an all-timber building

Wednesday 15 June 2022

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Experts discussed The King's Cross Sports Hall that was built with an all-timber structure. The building is currently used as a Construction Skills Centre. Its design and structure achieve a near zero carbon target and meet the RIBA 2030 target 10 years early.

The team of architects, structural engineers and sustainability engineers behind The King’s Cross Sports Hall gave an in-detail presentation on the processes and methods behind achieving using CLT in the construction of the building.


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