Keynote speaker at Resource Management Service (RMS) annual meeting

Solid Timber – Tall Wood: The New Marketplace

November 3, 2015 – Seaside, FL

Assistant Professor Jacob Gines recently spoke at the Resource Management Service (RMS) annual meeting on the topic of timber product resources, potential supply chains for the southeast region of the U.S., and the future of tall wood buildings in North America.  Gines also highlighted the work of his recent design studio at Mississippi State University that has been exploring the realities of solid timber – tall wood buildings. His students proposals are for a mid-rise (15-20 story) building in Manhattan, NY and incorporate innovative timber technologies such as Cross Laminated Timber (CLT).

Founded in 1950, Resource Management Service, LLC (RMS) is a global timberland investment firm based in Birmingham, Alabama. RMS serves public pension funds, endowments, foundations, insurance companies, and family offices. They’re a registered investment advisor with $4.2 billion of assets under management in the southern U.S., Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, and China.  RMS specializes in timberland and is often referred to as a TIMO (Timberland Investment Management Organization).

timber tower