Case Study 23 – Forestry Commission Office

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Project Name: Forestry Commission District Office

Building Type: Commercial

Location: Huntly Aberdeenshire

Architect: HRI Architects

Project: This new accommodation was designed to replace seriously inadequate 1970s timber drying sheds built on the site of a former sawmill which had been converted to offices. The building was designed to be an exemplar building and a modern working environment, where the cost-effective use of local timber and timber products in unorthodox and innovative ways was paramount.

Materials Featured: Douglas Fir, Scots Pine, European Larch, OSB

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