BC Passive House Factory – Pemberton, BC




“Its post-and-beam structure is made from glue-laminated Douglas fir beams. Some walls are made from panels of cross-laminated timber, essentially a thick and precisely engineered form of plywood. These components, all made in B.C., were assembled rapidly on the building site – the major structure went up in just eight days”

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