What is Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)?

CLT is an engineered wood panel with an odd number of softwood layers placed on top of each other at 90° and then bonded together under pressure to form structural panels with exceptional strength, dimensional stability, and rigidity.

Because of CLT’s structural properties and dimensional stability, this mass timber product is well suited to floors, walls and roofs used in mid-rise construction.

Building with CLT

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