Solid wood: The environmental alternative for building.

XLam is dedicated to the supply of sustainable engineered building solutions in natural solid wood. A young, innovative company, XLam’s roots lie in deep and longstanding family commitments to the timber industry on both sides of the Tasman.

Following two years of trial with Radiata pine, in 2012 XLam commenced manufacturing Cross Laminated Timber building panels in Nelson, New Zealand’s centre of excellence for engineered timber. Employing the latest CNC machining technology, over 500 CLT projects have been completed to date, with many more in the pipeline.

“XLam’s roots lie in deep and longstanding family commitments to the timber industry on both sides of the Tasman.”

Currently under construction, XLam will commission it’s Australian manufacturing plant during 2017. Meanwhile panels for Australia are shipped direct from the Nelson factory.

About XLam CLT

About XLam CLT

Cross Laminated Timber is the answer to building sustainably. Adding value to a natural, renewable resource through technology, building with XLam CLT panels is fast, safe, economical and good for the planet. What is CLT, how is it made and used, and why is it so compelling?

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XLam Services

XLam Services

Building owners, designers and contractors need confidence that the XLam solution will deliver. Customer support is vital. XLam professionals bring surety throughout the process of design, drawing, cost planning, building permits and on-site assembly.

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Technical Details

Technical Details

XLam CLT is a fully engineered structural system, backed by extensive research and product testing for use in Australia and New Zealand. XLam provides detailed technical guidance on structural design, performance in fire, acoustics, thermal design and building envelope details.

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Plant and Food Research

Plant and Food Research

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Plant and Food Research Centre
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Nelson, New Zealand

Overview Headquarters to a large offshore fishing fleet, major fish processing companies and the Government-owned seafood research facility, Nelson has long been a centre for...

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