ALBINA YARD SHOWCASES CROSS-LAMINATED

TIMBER  PANELS MADE IN OREGON.

When considering ways to reduce our carbon footprint, we didn't just stop at a super high efficiency heating system.  We turned to mass timber construction – with a glue-laminated timber frame and featuring the first use of domestically fabricated cross-laminated timber panels (CLT's) for a building-wide structural system in the United States.  That's innovative.

CLT's hold great promise for revolutionizing the construction industry by redefining how wood is used in large buildings. The sustainable harvest of small diameter trees used for engineered wood products sequesters atmospheric carbon and is a boon for regional forest economies.  These panels can replace steel and concrete in multi-story construction while maintaining seismic integrity and fire resistance.  And, you'll love the space they create.  

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