Oct 12, 2017

Stewart Milne Timber Systems wins at the annual Structural Timber Awards

We are delighted and proud to announce that last night Stewart Milne Timber Systems won two awards at the annual Structural Timber Awards:


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The Pioneer Award:

Stewart Milne Timber Systems for BIM Product Library for Offsite Timber Frame Building Solutions.

Client of the Year:

Barratt Homes for Timber Frame Private Homes - nominated by Stewart Milne Timber Systems.


The awards seek to promote excellence and innovation in the Structural Timber industry, recognising outstanding projects, innovative products and dynamic people. 

Stewart Milne Timber Systems were awarded Pioneer of the Year for our development and launch of the UK's first BIM library in our sector. We were also awarded Client of the Year for our partnership with Barratt Homes who joined some of our team last night to collect the award. 

These accolades are a testament to the great work undertaken by our teams across the UK.

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