LVL Beam

Laminated veneer lumber (LVL) is an engineered wood product that uses multiple layers of thin wood assembled with adhesives. It offers several advantages over typical milled lumber: it is stronger, straighter, and more uniform. It is much less likely than conventional lumber to warp, twist, bow, or shrink due to its composite nature. Made in a factory under controlled specifications, LVL products allow users to reduce the onsite labor. They are typically used for headers, beams, rimboard, and edge-forming material.

 
Depth sizes available are:

9.5"
11 7/8"
14"
16"
18"
24"

Lengths from 24' to 48'


I-Joist Beam

Where designs call for premium floor or roof construction, heavy loads, or extended spans, Georgia-Pacific Wood I Beamâ„¢ joists are the answer. Lighter and easier to handle than ordinary lumber, Wood I Beam joists offer high strength and stiffness in lengths up to 60'.

The 16"-deep Wide Open series joists, intended for uniformly loaded residential floors, also feature pre-cut web openings for easier, faster installation of most mechanical services.




 
Depth sizes available are:

9.5"
11 7/8"
14"
16"

Lengths from 24' to 48'





Glued Laminated Beam

Glued laminated timber, also called Gluelam or Glulam, is a type of structural timber product composed of several layers of dimensioned lumber glued together.  By laminating several smaller pieces of wood, a single large, strong, structural member can be manufactured from smaller lumber. These structural members are used as vertical columns or horizontal beams. Connections are usually made with bolts and steel plates.