Architects have found the site particularly helpful in finding and specifying product. Academics and organizations have been successful researching the amount of FSC-certified acres around the world. The database also displays how much land each certifier has brought into the system, giving a good picture of who is doing work in what parts of the world. Essentially, there is something for everyone onwww.certifiedwood.org, from architects to landowners to retail stores to academics.
“We have received positive feedback from every facet of the industry that we were trying to target. Our goal is to continue spreading the word of FSC-certification throughout the industry," says Sue Hulme, Certification Database Manager.
The following are just a few of the comments that CFPC has received.
I work in one of the Workplace Studios at Gensler, and I think your Certified Resource Center website will be a valuable tool, particularly for those of us working in interiors. The 5 search methods, the specific product divisions, links to manufacturers and an expandable product listing are very comprehensive, and yet their organization allows for easy and quick navigation. I look forward to the website's launch and using it to research the best products/methods on the market for wood specification.
-Erin Sargeant, Gensler Architecture, Design + Planning Worldwide
We, at Fletcher Challenge, were looking at the online Certification Resource Center. We realize that this will be a very useful and high profile site for companies interested in sourcing certified wood products. Thank you so much, and congratulations on the launch of the online resource center!
-Cameron Crump, Fletcher Challenge
Check out our upcoming March 15, 2002 newsletter for an update on another leading database of certified products: www.ForestWorld.com.