April 24, 2017•
Carbon12 is an eight-storey residential building in Portland, Oregon. The building, set to be the first mass timber structure in the United States, features Structurlam’s Crosslam CLT panels and glulam beams. Other features of this unique structure include an underground mechanical parking system, solar-heated residential hot water and earthquake monitoring and alert systems.
April 23, 2017•
The 70-room expansion of the Penticton Lakeside Resort features Structurlam’s cross laminated timber.
April 23, 2017•
Structurlam facilitated the Raleigh Durham International Airport expansion by providing the building with its Crosslam CLT for the construction of the roof. Designed by Fentress Architects, the structure was inspired by the flowing hills and culture of North Carolina’s Piedmont region.
April 6, 2017•
At 96 feet tall, the building was constructed using a blend of Cross Laminated Timber and glulam.
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 17, 2017•
The Faction Projects Building is framed with Glulam post and beam with Cross Laminated Timber making up the floor and roof systems.
January 31, 2017•
This state-of-the-art facility at UBC showcases Cross Laminated Timber panels.
January 29, 2017•
Perched high in the Rocky Mountains, overlooking the Monashee and Selkirk ranges, the Mica Heli Ski Lodge, built with CLT, offers private lodges that hold breathtaking views in a spectacular mountain setting.
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.