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2014-03-31 23:32:55

The public is invited to attend New Energy Works Timberframers timber frame raisings for Deerfield Golf & Country Club and the Finger Lakes Museum this Spring. Farmington, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2014 New Energy Works Timberframers invites the public to join their timber frame raisings in upstate New York in the Spring of 2014. Timber frame post and beam raisings offer a chance to witness the culmination of months of planning, designing, and craftsmanship. “Raising a timber frame is...

2014-02-28 23:27:27

Originally slated for demolition, the reclaimed timber frame in Steamboat Landing’s Cove Restaurant is being dismantled and reassembled for a Finger Lakes vineyard by New Energy Works. Farmington, NY (PRWEB) February 28, 2014 Situated on the northern shore of Canandaigua Lake, Steamboat Landing’s Cove Restaurant was designed as a timber frame, crafted from reclaimed Douglas fir timbers originally part of the circa 1900’s Welland Canal. New Energy Works Timberframers crafted and...

2012-06-15 23:02:22

Friends of Ramon dedicated a reclaimed timber bench, crafted by New Energy Works Timberframers, to the memory of artist Ramon Santiago. Farmington, NY (PRWEB) June 15, 2012 During the official Dedication Day at Camp Good Days and Special Times, a custom crafted reclaimed timber bench, created in partnership between New Energy Works Timberframes and MCM Stone, was unveiled. The bench was dedicated to the memory of artist Ramon Santiago, who committed much of his time, talent, and expertise...

2011-11-22 12:22:14

The structural mechanism of typical mortise—tenon joints of southern Chinese traditional timber frame buildings was investigated. The investigation provides a scientific basis for the repair of these ancient buildings. The research was published in SCIENCE CHINA Technological Sciences.2011, Vol 54(7). The timber members of Chinese traditional timber buildings are connected with mortise—tenon joints, which are the core technology of Chinese and East Asian traditional timber...

Word of the Day
  • The hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed.
This word comes from the Greek 'endon,' in, within, plus the Greek 'kardia,' heart.