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April 24, 2023News

PENTICTON, British Columbia (Apr. 21, 2023) — Structurlam Mass Timber Corporation (the “Company”), the leading mass timber manufacturer in North America, announced today it has entered into a stalking horse asset purchase agreement (the “APA”) with Mercer International Inc. (“Mercer”) to sell substantially all the Company’s assets in British Columbia and Arkansas for US$60 million. …

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January 18, 2023News

Customer contract cancellation opens new capacity to support  North American mass timber market    PENTICTON, British Columbia (Jan. 18, 2023) — Structurlam Mass Timber Corporation, the leading mass timber manufacturer in North America, announced today it is temporarily suspending operations and reducing staff at its Conway, Arkansas, plant due to a customer contract cancellation.    “Decisions like this …

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MatthewKarmel

May 9, 2022News

Highly skilled executive will lead Structurlam to next-level growth Penticton, British Columbia – (May 9, 2022) – Structurlam Mass Timber Corporation, the leading mass timber manufacturer in North America, today announced that Matthew Karmel has been named CEO, effective immediately. Karmel brings to Structurlam more than 20 years of experience in C-suite leadership roles in …

Terminus Building_credit Design Build Services
Terminus Building_credit Design Build Services

January 5, 2022News

Structurlam congratulates Design Build Services of Langford, B.C, along with Jack James Architect and Aspect Structural Engineers, for the completion of the new Terminus at District 56 commercial building. Located on Vancouver Island, the building site of Terminus is one of the highest seismic regions of North America. Structurlam provided the mass timber kit-of-parts for …

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5DIV_2017_10_03_6947

July 30, 2021News

There is a lot to be said for being single-minded. At the individual level, for example, we know that multitasking doesn’t work and, that to truly excel and create high-quality work, you need to eliminate distractions and focus on a single task. This is the same in business. Companies that stick to this principle—focusing on …

January 6, 2021News

We are experiencing a building revolution. With rapidly evolving priorities for what a building should provide its occupants, manufacturers, developers, engineers and architects are looking for ways to efficiently provide people with consciously constructed, beautiful spaces, without experiencing increased costs. One practice that has emerged as beneficial to every level of the building process is …

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carbon12-6

November 16, 2020News

Throughout the pandemic, health and safety have emerged as top-priority concerns across many sectors. In the construction industry, we have remained flexible – however, there is a possibility we will need to re-evaluate how we manufacture, engineer, and build future structures to address these concerns, not only in the coming months, but in the years …

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Structurlam Plant Wall Side - 2012

May 6, 2020News

In April 2020, we launched our comprehensive U.S. Mass Timber Technical Guide. This is the first guide of its kind from a North American manufacturer – designed for architects, engineers, developers, and general contractors with interests in mass timber construction. As part of our launch, we hosted a series of webinars to provide an overview …

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Structurlam - Brock Commons

August 30, 2019News

The year was 2012, the first time cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels, combined with glulam beams and columns, were used as an alternative construction system – to concrete and steel – in North America. Only seven years later, mass timber is earning itself a well-deserved spotlight in North America’s mainstream construction industry, arriving as a tried …

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UBC Brock Commons Outside

June 28, 2019News

According to CNN business reporter, Matt McFarland, the neighbourhood of the future will be built out of wood. We don’t disagree. Writes McFarland, “Recent milestones have pushed wood buildings into the spotlight. In 2017, the University of British Columbia completed the tallest cross-laminated timber building in the world, an 18-storey dorm.” McFarland is referring to …

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