Category: Cross Laminated Timber

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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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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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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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The most popular building materials change over time as people look for cost effective and long lasting materials. Cross laminated timber is a flexible building material used in walls, floors, and roofs. The material is preferred for its strength and …

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