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    Low-rise nonresidential building construction is an important market in Canada for lumber, engineered wood products, structural wood panels, and nonstructural wood panels. This report examines wood products consumption in 2012 for construction of selected low-rise nonresidential buildings types that have six or fewer stories. Buildings with more than six stories are typically severely restricted by building code from being wood framed.

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    McKeever, David B.; Elling, Joe 2014 Wood and Other Materials Used to Construct Nonresidential Buildings - Canada. In: McKeever, D., Elling, J. 2014. Wood and other materials used to construct nonresidential buildings in Canada 2012. APA The Engineered Wood Association. 2014; 73 p.


    Nonresidential construction, wood products consumption, value of new construction, lumber, structural panels, nonstructural panels, engineered wood products, wood I-joists, glulam timber, structural composite lumber, engineered rim boards, cross-laminated timber

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