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Construction and the built environment offers a massive opportunity to make a positive impact on the climate emergency.

Innovaré products and solutions reduce the embodied carbon of construction projects by maximising the use of structural timber.

A net zero carbon built environment can’t happen without using the right materials and methods. To see the full picture you have to look beyond operational CO2 emitted when the building is in service.

Embodied carbon from materials and the construction process has to be accounted for. As do the emissions from maintenance and at end-of-life.

Our system-build products deliver energy-efficient buildings with guaranteed and inbuilt thermal performance. This means that real world energy use and emissions are effectively controlled.

Structural timber has a negative level of embodied carbon. You need a high structural timber content to balance out unavoidable emissions elsewhere in the project.

The production process minimises waste and reuses or recycles every offcut. At the end of its life the building is easily dismantled so that components can play their part in a circular economy.

And if you want to reduce the carbon cost of your next building programme, we can accurately model the embodied and operational carbon and help you implement lower carbon alternatives.

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External Walls

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Roofs

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Floors

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Walls

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