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December 17, 2016

UBC Brock Commons is an innovative tall wood building at the University of British Columbia, featuring 1,302 Glulam columns and 464 CLT panels.

December 9, 2016

The Ladysmith RCMP building is a two-storey split level structure that uses Glulam beams combined with other natural features to create an open facility for those who use the space.

December 9, 2016

Designed to fit around its surroundings rather than intrude upon them, the Florian Maurer Residence is built with Glulam beams to reflect the nature where it is found.

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

November 29, 2016

The Richmond Oval was built for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and Paralympics. Inspired by Richmond’s official symbol, the Heron, the Glulam Plus beams in the Richmond Oval capture the themes of Flow, Flight, and Fusion on its 32-acre lot.

November 29, 2016

The University of Northern BC was built with glulam beams and columns. The result was a bold, bi-level dining hall and student services building that showcases stunning exposed BC mass timber.

November 29, 2016

This unique transit shelter is constructed from oversized cellular wood and glass. The aim of the design was to create a kind of visual balance between random and regular pattern that one finds in nature.