Diverse materials are used throughout the construction industry to form different types of buildings and structures. There are often many key drivers for the choice of material; from aesthetics to structural strength, to speed of construction on site. In the Commercial, Residential and Educational sectors often a hybrid frame utilising more than one type of material offers considerable benefits to this type of construction.

Materials that particularly favour this type of construction are offsite manufactured materials such as timber and steel, both are manufactured to tight known tolerances. This maximises offsite manufacturing techniques and as they come together on site as bolted components.


Cross Laminated Timber is a solid timber panel that is used to form structural walls, floors and roofs

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Glulam Laminated structural timber beams are often used in lieu of structural steelwork beams and columns

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William Hare utilise traditional steelwork fabrication techniques as well as innovative robotic welding lines

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Structural timber cassettes are uniquely designed to suit the acoustic, thermal and structural requirements of a project

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