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mass timber and innovative wood pros

WIN is an online community created to showcase mass timber and other innovative wood buildings and their design/construction teams. Whether you’re looking for experienced professionals, you’d like to promote your own projects and skills, or you just want to see who’s building what and where, WIN is your platform.

Have a look. Be inspired. Get connected. 

Find projects and professionals.

Anyone can explore the WIN site to see mass timber projects that are built or under construction and connect with their teams. 

  • Search the dynamic project map by building type, building system, material, number of stories, location, and more. Click markers on the map for project and team details.
  • Use the directory to connect with experienced design and construction professionals with “Find a PRO” advanced filter options. Contact any member of the team who has a WIN profile from within the site.
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Want to promote your projects on WIN?

Professionals who have worked on a mass timber project that is built or under construction are eligible to become WIN members. Membership allows you to create an individual and/or company profile and add your projects to the site. Learn More.

Coming soon:

  • Community membership will be open to professionals who have completed relevant education via WoodWorks but don’t yet have projects that are built or under construction.
  • Innovative light-frame will be added as a new project category. 
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Mass Timber Business Case Studies

Get real information on real deals. Developed collaboratively with Conrad Investment Management and project developers, this WoodWorks case study series examines the financial performance of U.S. projects constructed with mass timber structural systems. Business case studies fill a gap in available information by discussing qualitative influences and providing quantitative data to examine investment success, challenges, and lessons learned on mass timber projects across various building product sub-types.

The Canyons / Kaiser + Path / photo Jeremy Bittermann
The Canyons / Kaiser + Path / photo Jeremy Bittermann