Author: Todd Wohlford

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The Synergy crew at the Whole Foods in Dallas, Texas designing and laying out these nine layer CLT Panels. They’re 10 ft. wide, 36 ft. long and weigh 12,000 pounds. Click here to check out more project photos from the …

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After spending countless days of work on a construction project, the last thing you want on your mind is the possibility of termites. Even if your building is built with regards to code and regulation, there is never a 100% …

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SIPs (Structural Insulation Panels) are building panels used in residential and light commercial roofs, walls and flooring. The panels are made of a center of foam plastic insulation, stuck in between two structural materials. Why choose SIPs instead of other …

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Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is an engineered wood used to go along with light and heavy timber building materials. It can be used as an alternative to concrete, steel, and masonry in many different types of building. CLT is a …

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Heavy timer was the preferred material used for construction long ago, and has recently been making a comeback. Why use heavy timber? Is it really a better option, and why? Heavy timber is a “greener” alternative, a more cost efficient …

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Glulam is a substance made from timber, and is stronger than steel. It requires little maintenance and because it is made from timber, it is a more renewable resource than steel. Glulam is flexible, durable, and more fire resistant than …

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Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is a strong and stable wood construction system used as an alternative to concrete and steel. Widely used in Europe, it’s gaining popularity in North America now. CLT competes with, and even outperforms, steel or concrete for …

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Here’s an article based on a job we did in Utah on the Cabela’s in Farmington UT.

Construction and building design now emphasizes a greener environment focusing on energy efficiency, using environmentally friendly materials, and sustainable building practices. One of the best ways to achieve these results is through building with wood. Contractors can go one step …

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