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  • Singapore Green Building Council

    September 26, 2013, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    Last year Centennial Woods was officially certified 100% Recycled by the Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC®). As part of our continued commitment to sustainability as well as supporting our continued international growth, we applied and became a certified member of the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC). As a result we have ...

  • The LivingHome C6 at Dwell on Design 2013

    August 22, 2013, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    The LivingHome C6 is a revolutionary new prefabricated home we introduced last year that combines clean, modern design with our Z6, LEED® Platinum level environmental program. It was designed in collaboration with Make It Right, a nonprofit founded by Brad Pitt and architect William McDonough to build 150 affordable, sustainable homes in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward, the neighborhood hardest ...

  • New Life for Old Wood

    February 26, 2013, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    In Wyoming, where the snow blows seven months out of the year, hundreds of miles of snow fence has been erected to keep that snow from drifting onto state highways. Built from western Ponderosa and lodgepole pine, Douglas fir and blue spruce, these fences typically stand until they fall apart, ...

  • Exclusive 3-Year Contract with WYDOT

    November 5, 2012, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog,Press, Comments Off

    LARAMIE, WYOMING. (November, 01 2012) Centennial Woods announced that it was awarded a three-year Snowfence maintenance contract by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. This is the lengthiest and largest contract WYDOT has ever awarded for Snowfence maintenance and wood reclamation. "This contract secures our ability to consistently provide our customers with reclaimed Wyoming Snowfence wood. We are ...

  • A Rugged Touch to Man Caves

    November 2, 2012, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    Weathered wood from Snowfences that would otherwise fill our landfills is repurposed and makes a perfect addition to commercial and residential projects; no matter how large or small. From accent walls to trim, Wyoming Snowfence has given man caves a rough, rugged look of barn wood while maintaining its sustainable benefits.  In the home of Bob Stromberg in Fall City, Washington, ...

  • Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center Opens

    October 23, 2012, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    The new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center will give visitors an impressive start to their travels in the state. The welcome center opened to visitors Sept. 24 and had its grand opening Oct. 12. The center is situated along the east side of Interstate 25 at the new High Plains Road exit (Exit 4) near the Colorado/Wyoming border. “We are very thankful ...

  • An Experimental New Starbucks Store: Tiny, Portable, and Hyper Local

    October 12, 2012, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    A new style of smaller, LEED-certified Starbucks may touch down near you soon. It's all part of a plan to evolve the coffee giant's business. By Mark Wilson | FAST Company – Mon, Oct 8, 2012 1:04 PM EDT This week in Colorado, Starbucks opened a store unlike any before it. There are no leather chairs or free power outlets. In fact, there’s ...

  • Runnings – Rapid City

    June 14, 2012, by CentennialWoods, Posted in Blog, Comments Off

    This a ranch supply store named Runnigs in Rapid City, SD. They used our wood for exterior siding and interior paneling. Scull Construction did the interior and West Boulevard Exteriors did the siding.