Truckers get mass timber headquarters in Washington DC

By Robert Dalheim, Woodworking News

WASHINGTON D.C. – Washington D.C.’s first commercial office building made of mass timber will be leased to the nation’s largest trucking association. Commissioned by Columbia Property Trust and designed by architecture firm Hickok Cole, the project will add 105,000 square feet and two new floors to an existing seven-story office building at 80 M Street. The American Trucking Association has leased 60,000 square feet of the space for its new headquarters.”

“Cross-laminated timber giant Katerra will provide and install all of the glulam and CLT needed for the project. The building will use nearly 1,400 tons of mass timber.”

Robert Dalheim, Woodworking News

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