Access To Experience
Established in 2010, Timber Frame HQ takes immense pride in being a self-sustaining, profitable, and remote-centric organization. Our primary mission is to enhance your comprehension of timber framing and guide you throughout the construction process.
With a customer base spread across more than 25 countries, we are privileged to collaborate with top-notch professionals globally. Our team of over six dedicated members, fondly referred to as TFHQ'ers, operates remotely from various locations across the US, Canada, and Australia.
Meet the Team
Jack of All Trades
Katrina earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in Interior Design from Florida State University. She practiced and taught design in Florida for many years. She truly enjoys being immersed in the beautiful world of timber frames.
Born and raised in the northwestern mountains of North Carolina he has been in construction his whole life. He decided to move into timber framing 26 years ago and fell in love with it. He is laid back, and has been told that strongest assets are artistic imagination, and his sense of humor.
Office and Marketing Administrator
Brandon cannot remember a time when he didn’t want to build his own home with hand-cut joinery and a lot of Eastern white pine. After a stint as a high school math teacher, he apprenticed at The Heartwood School with Will Beemer who introduced Brandon to the craft and trade of timber framing... Read On
Our Core Values
Treat everyone like a grandmother
Craft with Passion, Deliver with Pride
Boost Personal Growth, Amplify Corporate Evolution
Pioneer the Path, Lead the Legacy
Empower Excellence, Deliver Distinction
Our Core Focus
Eradicating Obstacles, Simplifying Timber Framing
In this context, the focus is on making timber framing an accessible and easy-to-understand process for everyone, regardless of their background or expertise in construction. This includes providing simplified, transparent pricing and options, providing extensive customer service support, and streamlining the buying process. The goal is to ensure that any perceived or actual complexities should not hinder anyone from choosing a timber frame for their construction needs.
Illuminating the Art of Timber Framing
In this regard, the focus is on spreading knowledge about timber framing, including its benefits, the process, and why it could be the ideal choice for certain building projects. This could involve creating informative content (articles, videos, etc.), conducting workshops or webinars, and maintaining an active online presence to answer questions and share information. The aim is to transform the company into a trusted source of information about timber framing.
Scaling New Heights, Expanding Horizons
Here, the emphasis is on the expansion of the business, both in terms of its market reach and its product/service offerings. This could mean entering new markets (geographical or demographic), increasing production capacity, or diversifying the range of products and services on offer. Growth also refers to the continuous development of the company's internal capabilities, such as improving the skills and knowledge of the team, investing in new technologies, and improving operational efficiency. The goal is to foster a sustainable, long-term expansion strategy that delivers increased value to customers and stakeholders alike.
Timber Frame HQ's founder, Brice Cochran has been working in the timber frame industry for 17 years as a timber framer in the shop, project manager, designer. He is now the President and . He is the proud father of two: Maddie and Liam. And he is happily married to his beautiful wife Christie.
He also finished building his own 3,000-square-foot timber frame home in SC while starting his career in the timber frame industry. He learned a lot through that process and is at the core of what he is trying to achieve by building TFHQ and helping people build timber frames.
Hey TFHQ Team. I just wanted to show you some pictures. We got it up and it all fit perfectly. I want to say thank you. You did an awesome job on the plans I couldn’t have done it without them. Thanks again.
- Mark McColloch