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Mass timber, an advanced construction material, includes engineered wood products like cross-laminated timber (CLT) and glued-laminated timber (glulam). Known for their strength and lightweight characteristics, mass timber components such as large panels, beams, and columns are predominantly pre-manufactured for efficient, load-bearing construction. This material serves as a sustainable alternative to concrete and steel, offering a lighter carbon footprint and renewable qualities.
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Utilizing mass timber leads to substantial carbon emission savings. For instance, the wood in a 20-story building can absorb and store about 3,150 tons of carbon. This represents a significant reduction in carbon emissions compared to traditional construction materials. The production process of mass timber itself also generates lower carbon emissions, adding to its environmental appeal.
Mass timber's lighter weight necessitates smaller foundation requirements, translating to quicker construction times and potential cost savings. Its natural flexibility allows for easy on-site modifications, catering to diverse design needs. The prefabrication and quick assembly further enhance construction efficiency.
Efficiency and Flexibility
Mass timber offers a novel solution in utilizing lower-quality wood, including timber affected by natural disturbances. This approach turns potential waste into valuable, eco-friendly building materials, helping manage forest health and promoting sustainability.
Waste Reduction and Forest Health
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Innovating for the Future:
Our Mass Timber Strategy
At Pacific Partners, mass timber is more than just a building material; it's a key component in our commitment to sustainable, innovative, and community-focused developments. Our strategic approach involves using mass timber in ways that maximize its ecological benefits while pushing the boundaries of innovative design. By incorporating mass timber, we aim to create spaces that are not only architecturally remarkable but also contribute positively to the well-being of the communities we serve.