Three reasons to consider Black Locust Site Furnishings for sale When Black Locust wood is cut professionally, truly magical Architectural Elements come to life. We
Porch flooring remodel for a durable and quality finish The porch stands the test of time as a true architectural icon, adding comfort and value
How does asphalt contribute to heat island effect? We all know the saying: “It’s so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk!”. But
How to decide on the best wood material for an architectural project? Selecting a type of wood for your next architectural design project is just
The Inspirational development of ProFlow Permeable Pavers While having produced some of the most prominent decking projects globally with Black Locust Decking, our philosophy at
The Roofline Permeable Wood Paver in the ProFlow Permeables line features a 40 percent overall weight reduction for roof-loads, and a stainless steel mesh support for ease of future maintenance.
This annual landscape issue, we will be delving into what makes public and outdoor green space both memorable and enjoyable.
CitiLog was started in 1991- we are widely regarded as one of the most experienced wood upcycling and repurposing companies in the country. Thousands of trees in urban and suburban areas are cut down each year due to age, disease, storm damage, and development. CitiLog’s mission is not only to repurpose or upcycle this urban wood.
These projects represent a wide range of topics, from urban green jobs and brownfield redevelopment (CitiLogs) to the first LEED Platinum® special needs school in the country (Center for Lifelong Learning).
In his youth in Ontario, Stubby Warmbold was a lumberjack in the north woods. Now the trees come to him — and from unlikely sources. When a storm blows down a big tree in a Newark park or a contractor has to cut one down in the suburbs of Bergen County, the trees are taken to Warmbold’s sawmill in Newark.
It looks like any sawmill in the forest — piles of cherry, walnut and oak tree trunks stacked high, trucks rumbling in and out, workers operating a saw. There’s one exception though: There’s seemingly no forest near its location, right off the highway in New Jersey’s largest city.