This 37-meter Alaskan Yellow Cedar Glulam Bridge replaces a bridge that was partially washed away due to the 2013 floods. The bridge links the regional pathway to the west and the parking lot to the east.
This 42-meter-long Alaskan Yellow Cedar pedestrian bridge has received multiple awards. Timber was identified during the design phase, both as a cost-effective option, and an appropriate fit with the natural environment of the river, park, and walking trails.
This unique roof profile was created using two identical Glulam beams placed in reverse orientation.
Glulam members curve and twist throughout the building in order to create a form that is both functional and visually creative.
Engineered GLT wood panels surfaced with authentic Douglas fir are featured in the design of this predominantly glass skytrain station.
Glulam was used on this Prairie Wood Design award-winning project to blend structural wood design with thriving neighbourhoods along this important transportation route.