620 Years of Collective Service Revisit Hyne
Eighteen retired Hyne team members got together to reminisce while touring through Hyne’s Glue Laminated Timber plant and Tuan Sawmill near Maryborough last week.
His Majesty King Charles III Visits Partner Sawmill
His Majesty King Charles III visited our Scottish partner, James Jones & Sons Ltd Aboyne sawmill on 3 October 2023
Timber Structure Already Delivering Towards Climate Positive Games
In recognising the carbon sequestration benefits of timber, the recently opened National Throws Centre of Excellence in Brisbane serves as a proven test case for the economical delivery of timber infrastructure to achieve climate positive Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2032.
Hyne Trust to Fund Platform for Rail Trail Museum Carriage
The Hyne Community Trust is pleased to announce it will be supporting the Tumbarumba Historical Society by funding the construction of a museum train platform and laying of railway line at the start of the Tumbarumba Rail Trail.
Hyne Trust to Fund External Lighting for Rosewood Sports Club
The Hyne Community Trust is pleased to announce it will be funding new, external lighting for the Rosewood Sports Club, improving safety for the driveway and car park for community use after dark.
First Female Site Manager Appointed – Tumbarumba Mill
Hyne Timber is pleased to announce the appointment of Kristina Kaminski as the new Site Manager of the Hyne Tumbarumba Mill.
Maryborough Fire and Rescue Station
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) North Coast Region Headquarters and Maryborough Fire and Rescue Station is a groundbreaking project, being the Australia's first-ever mass timber fire station.
Frame and Truss Components
Wall frames and trusses make up the basic building blocks of construction. But how much do you actually know about the backbone of your build? This article explores the fundamental components that shape your project, from the walls to the roof overhead.
F5 Structural Timber
F5 is Hyne Timber’s premium base grade structural timber. Produced and dried to a higher standard than that of other’s F5 timber, it is a proven performer with constrained bow, spring, and twist limits. In fact, with a moisture content of approximately 15%, Hyne’s premium F5 timber far surpasses the 21% moisture content set by the Australian Standards for MGP10+ products. At 15%, the timber is closer to the Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) than other grades, ensuring increased straightness and stability.
Jon Kleinschmidt Retires after 28 Years with the Hyne Group
28 years, 6 months and 1 week. Today, Jon Kleinschmidt, known fondly throughout the business and industry as ‘JK’, officially retires as Chief Executive Officer of Hyne Timber and XLam.
Non-conforming building products
If you use building products that fail in use, you may be liable for the damages caused. There is a plethora of non-conforming products in the Australian market and the responsibility is on all in the supply chain to ensure that the buildings we build perform. It’s time to take a closer look at the materials we use and to source those that we trust to meet the Australian Standards.
Chain of Custody certification
At Hyne Timber, all resources used in the production of our products are sourced from sustainably managed plantations in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Full Chain of Custody certification is available for our structural timber (incl. T2 Blue, T2 Red, T3 Green), as well as for our Glue Laminated Timber products.
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