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Sustainable Glulaminated Timber a Perfect Fit for Green School NZ

From the building's unique design to the innovative materials used, Green School is focused on the future. Green School is built around an innovative vision from the founders, Mike and Rachel Perrett, who worked with Boon Team Architects to bring their design to life. The design is focused on connecting with nature, creating a place of deep learning for students. 

Green School used sustainable and innovative materials that create a safe and comfortable atmosphere where the students can thrive with purpose. The bulk of the classrooms are sustainably milled timber, treated with an environmentally preferred treatment. Techlam supplied the school with the structural components for their three classroom pods. The portals, bearers and purlins were manufactured within strict timeframes to bring the project to life. Techlam also packaged their products with fully recyclable timber wrapping, as well as prefabricating all components, ensuring minimal time and wastage on site.

The design and build of Green School have created an innovative learning environment to inspire students. Techlam NZ are proud to be a part of this awesome project.

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