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SmartLam Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) is a carbon positive building material that is changing the face of the building industry, providing an environmentally friendly as well as time saving method of building. SmartLam Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) is a prefabricated engineered wood product that is made of at least three layers of graded sawn lumber, laminated together by gluing with structural adhesives. This material provides the ability to create panels based on the design of your structure to allow for extremely fast construction and far less work required on site. To learn more about SmartLam Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT), click here.

Wood is the only major building material that grows naturally and is renewable. SmartLam Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) also has a lighter carbon footprint as wood products continue to store carbon absorbed by the trees while growing, and engineered wood manufacturing requires significantly less energy to produce than concrete and steel. This represents a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. Always leaders in the industry, we will be the first SmartLam Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) manufacturer to provide a USDA certified Bio-Preferred product to a federal agency, a forest service building in Kamiah, Idaho. 

Our projects speak for themselves from coast to coast; from a 185,000sqft hotel for a military base in Washington, to a stunning private residence in Pennsylvania. Each project has our full engineering and design team’s support and is created with an intensive sequencing schedule to ensure seamless delivery & construction on site. 

Our team of industry leading engineers is here to help from start to finish with our design and engineering team.  Click here to read more. We offer Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) as well as Glulam from both manufacturing facilities, servicing all of North America and even overseas. 

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Photo Credit: Top left: City of Jackson Hole, Top right & bottom left: Gensler/Ryan Conway, Bottom right: Everett Consulting, Shaft: Quality Contractors/Gabe French
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