About Us


Chairman Rod Lawson says – “We are experiencing a high level of growth and we are very pleased to announce the planned opening of a another manufacturing facility to complement our existing bases in Selkirk and Burton in Trent, this will allow us to continue to increase capacity. The housing industry remains busy and besides expansion plans by our existing customers, there are UK housebuilders starting to use timber frame as an alternative to brick and block. With supply chains increasingly stretched by shortages of skills and materials on site, we believe that we can offer a dependable system and maintain service levels through controlled growth in the years ahead.”

Oregon is one of the UK’s largest independent timber frame manufacturers. Established in 1998, we specialise in the design, manufacture and erection of timber frame structures for the construction industry. Manufacturing at factories in Selkirk in the Borders and Burton upon Trent in Staffordshire.

We are:

  • Specialists in timber frame with a strong track record in housing and commercial markets.
  • Focused on understanding the requirements of our housebuilder and developer clients.
  • Committed to providing research based, innovative, highly engineered solutions in timber.
  • Experienced in whole project, cost effective answers which deliver real value for money.
  • We manufacture complete structural platform timber frames comprising of wall panels, both open and pre-insulated, and roof and floor cassettes. We are registered to quality standard ISO 9001:2000 and carries PEFC™ Chain of Custody certification.

Our highly commended contract management team comprising of Construction Director, Health & Safety Manager and Contracts Managers provide the necessary expertise to ensure a safe, speedy and trouble free frame erection.

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