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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)


Preparing for 

ANSI PR 320-2015 

Advanced technology and modern building codes are expanding the opportunities for wood in construction.

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


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




High-tech material with eco bonus

Wooden buildings have smaller by more than half CO₂ footprint compared to buildings from conventional, non-renewable materials. And although factors such as substitution effects and recruitment opportunities are not even considered. Wood is a resilient but also extremely sustainable building material, but weighs only a quarter of the weight of concrete.

Wood in Abundance

We have wood in abundance and because constantly more wood grows than is harvested, it stays that way. Less than one third of the annual growth would be enough to build all the buildings a year in North America in wood. Building with wood has not only an amazing CO₂ footprint, but also scores otherwise full length.