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June 12, 2018

Located on Vancouver’s waterfront, the award-winning Vancouver Convention Centre offers one of the most beautiful settings in the world. The stunning building is a double LEED® Platinum certified facility and uses local BC wood from sustainably-managed forests throughout the facility.

April 24, 2017

The building is made up of five glass-enclosed volumes strung together along a sinuous covered walkway that follows the contours of its beautiful Connecticut area.  The River Building’s roof is made of Structurlam’s mass timber on the underside and metal on top.

April 5, 2017

Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon provides a ‘home away from home’ for 73 out-of-town families whose children are receiving treatment for serious illnesses at the BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Cross-laminted timber (CLT) was used in the project, along with a light wood floor system. Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon is the first project …

April 4, 2017

The 170,000 square foot Fort McMurray International Airport is the largest application of CLT technology in Western Canada. The airport was built with wood reclaimed from the devastating pine beetle epidemic in British Columbia.

March 29, 2017

This sustainable building, built using our Glulam beams, includes many features that are a part of the City of Edmonton’s commitment to the environment. The exhibit includes a green roof to minimize storm water runoff, drought-tolerant planting and dark-sky compliant exterior lighting. The Artic Shores exhibit also features a unique water treatment system. The water …

February 1, 2017

This stunning visitor center is more than just a museum. It’s an experience that reveals the beauty, diversity, and importance of elk country across North America. The Visitor Center utilizes parallel strand lumber, which minimizes the use of old-growth timber and creates a distinctive aesthetic. The attached office building also offers incorporates a host of conservation …

January 23, 2017

The Innovation Centre is an office and state-of-the-art convening centre whose main purpose is to demonstrate how deep green buildings are designed, contracted, constructed, and occupied. Constructed using both Crosslam CLT and Glulam beams, this building serves as a living lab for sustainable construction.

December 9, 2016

Completed in 2008, the Castlegar City Hall building was constructed using Glulam Plus beams to help create a LEED Certified building that has received the following accolades: 2008 FortisBC PowerSense Conservation Leadership Award 2008 Energy Action Award for energy efficiency innovations 2008 Masonry Institute of BC’s People’s Choice Award

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