Timberlyne partnered with Lake|Flato Architects on the stunning Dicke Hall at Trinity University in San Antonio. This 40,000 sq. ft. mass timber structure will house state-of-the-art classrooms, offices, conference rooms, and collaborative common spaces. The CLT used is a mix of visual grade Douglas Fir face with Spruce-Pine-Fir backing to lower the costs of the CLT but still match with the Douglas Fir Glulam columns and beams. Due to its durability, Alaskan Yellow Cedar was used for the exterior columns; it was left unfinished and will naturally patina. The wood selection throughout the building was highly tailored to the architecture, cost, and durability. Timber was selected for its biophilic benefits and to create a lighter carbon footprint. According to the university, the carbon sequestered by the timber building amounts to 374 acres of forest.

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