British Columbia is renowned internationally for the quality and innovative use of wood in architecture. From the earliest First Nations longhouse to the Richmond Speed Skating Oval, wood-based construction has been a widely used structural approach. The impetus to use wood in a wider variety of building projects has gained momentum in recent years. Now, a European-developed engineered wood product called cross-laminated timber (CLT) has become a viable building material option.
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