Structures has an 11year-history covering North
America, Europe and Asia. It all started in
Radium BC in 1990. The next few years were spent
in the foothills around Calgary.
to understand more resulted in five years of
various projects throughout the United States.
Different styles and techniques were practiced
as skills were developed. Japanese techniques
were learnt in California, early Dutch, English
and French colonial Styles were learnt throughout
the New England Northeast. Involvement in Restorations
and relocations of historic barns in the Mid
West. Working in conjunction with over 20 different
companies and countless individuals, allowed
for interesting challenges and quality projects.
This has lead to a strong foundation of experience
and built up great relations and reputation.
Strong involvement with The Timberframers
Guild has included building two medieval trebuchets
one of which involved Nova television productions
in Scotland England. A 150-ft Covered Bridge
in Golden British Columbia was constructed just
this last year where Time Structures lead the assembly crews.
Many workshops have been attended and taught
at. We have worked with
fellow timberframe companies helping to teach
them techniques and improve efficiency.
Through individual effort small village raisings
have been done in Luang Namta, Laos and Sulawasi,
Time Structures has enjoyed being
involved early in projects. Including
actively harvesting wood and setting up small
sawmilling operations on site. Hands on involvement
throughout the process has included design,
cabinetry, and finish work. We have also concentrated
on strong relations allowing us to be involved
long after the final stages of the house by
returning and building furniture, decks and pagodas.