Tuesday August 4, 2020

Cork-based Cygnum Timber Frame nominated for British building awards

This week will see the Macroom-based firm featured in prestigious Birmingham awards

16th October, 2016
Cygnum built the Passivhaus school in Wolverhampton, England

Macroom-based Cygnum Timber Frame Ltd has been nominated for a series of prestigious building awards being held in Birmingham this week.

The Irish timber frame company has been carving out a significant niche in Britain for its innovative work on energy-efficient and sustainable construction.

It is included with some of Britain’s best-known building and architectural companies for the UK Structural Timber Awards, which showcase innovation and expertise in timber frame technology.

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