Tag: crosslam

elevator core inside copy
elevator core inside copy

March 12, 2017News

Structurlam is pleased to announce that the mass timber manufacturer has received accreditation from Intertek Testing Services, certifying that the CrossLam® cross laminated timber (CLT) product has qualified under ASTM E119-16a and CAN/ULC S101 Standard Test Methods for Fire Tests of Building Construction and Materials. The product achieved a fire resistance rating of 150 minutes …

Structurlam
Structurlam

February 8, 2017News

Despite freezing Canadian temperatures and blowing winds, work on a unique project involving Structurlam’s Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) CrossLam panels carries on in Southern Manitoba. Working outside in -36 degrees, the team from Design Built worked to assembling the Lot 5 Modern Farmhouse. The project is being constructed with 100% Structurlam CrossLam, built on a …

brock-commons-june-10
brock-commons-june-10

June 8, 2016News

There is a lot of excitement around the Brock Commons Building at UBC (aka the World’s tallest mass timber building). For the last month, Structurlam has been busy manufacturing the building’s key components — engineered wood panels and pillars. This week, contractors began trucking those components to Vancouver for final assembly in a just-in-time process to …

Brock Commons Flying Panel
Brock Commons Flying Panel

March 4, 2016News

18-storey UBC timber tower will be one of the tallest wood buildings in the world The search for ways to build greener, more energy-efficient buildings has triggered a 21st century version of the old skyscraper race, but these contestants aren’t made of concrete and steel. This week’s Globe Conference on sustainability in Vancouver will hear how some municipalities, including …

Tall Tree Physio Lobby
Tall Tree Physio Lobby

July 27, 2015News

Beautiful 9 layer Crosslam and round glulam columns were used in this building designed by Cascadia Architects, engineered by Herold Engineering and supplied by Structurlam. This project reflects the maximum in both function and form with large spans, sweeping overhangs, and playful CNC milled skylight openings.

December 9, 2014News

Architect Jesse Garlick wanted his second home to be as energy efficient as possible, so he leveraged the structural and environmental benefits of Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) in the design of the wall, floor and roof. Rightfully proud of his building’s tight envelope and thermal properties, he says “The thermal mass of the CLT walls …