A one-year-old building that was destroyed by a wildfire was given new life. During the rebuild, Glue-laminated panels were used for their fire resiliency.
One of the most complex Glulam projects undertaken in North America, this is a true testament to the flexibility of Glulam as a building material.
Glulam was used both as a major structural element within the main atrium space, as well as within the hospital. Both were firsts in Ontario.
The first animal shelter in Canada to achieve a LEED® certification of any kind. Glulam helped to ensure both humans and animals would feel at home and welcome within the building.
Glulam was the natural choice for this structure, creating a link to, and blending in with, the surrounding landscape.