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Manufacturing in Ontario


Conformance to

 

CSA 0122-06,

CAN/CSA 086-09 

CSA 0112.9-10

CSA 0112.10-08

CSA 0141-05 (R2009)

CSA 0177-06 (2015)

CHBDC   go to    www.bridgedecks.ca

 

Preparing for 

ANSI PR 320-2015 

WOOD MEETS CODE
Advanced technology and modern building codes are expanding the opportunities for wood in construction.
WOOD COSTS LESS

Wood products offer advantages in terms of material, construction and environmental costs.

WOOD IS RENEWABLE

Wood is a renewable and responsible choice that helps reduce our environmental footprint.

 

Cross Laminated Timber...  for wall panels, roofs, floor slabs..

 

A proven product that is lightweight, easy to fabricate, ship, install, and cost effective. 

 

Cross-laminated timber is a processed timber product of superior strength and stability that offers unique new possibilities and unparalleled advantages in wood construction.

Benefits:

 

  • Manufactured in Ontario, Canada
  • Fully renewable heavy building system that replaces concrete with wood
  • Advanced technology developed decades ago and refined to maximize efficiency
  • Earthquake and fire resistance is better than any other wood building system
  • Lowest carbon footprint achievable with CLT panels
  • Offsite and on-site efficiency have been maximized for safety, speed, and quality
  • CLT panels with fiberglass composite to increase strength, stiffness and durability
  • Build more quickly and cost effectively

  • Integrated design process accommodates building services

  • Simple assembly with little need for specialized equipment

  • Quick installation with  no form work or curing time required

  • Planned delivery and erection sequence

  • Lighter structure with wood being 5 X lighter than concrete,  and 15 X lighter than steel

  • Faster continuous workflow than with other construction methods

  • Conformance to ANSI 320-2015

 

CURVED   CLT is another opportunity  with Guardian.