Did you know that getting the CLP team involved early-on in your project can save you both time and money? It’s our business to help you reach project success, and the sooner we get involved means less work and worry on your end. We spent some time talking with our engineers learning the various… Read more »
Are you using the right compression posts? Find out with these 3 tips.
Are you using the right compression posts for your project? Are you picking compression posts for your multi-level wood-frame project using a catalog? You’re not alone. Many look to these catalog tables to find the minimum required thickness for compression posts without considering the wood species or wall height. Typically, conventional catalog tables only give… Read more »
4 Surprising Benefits of Wood Structures
4 Surprising Benefits of Wood Structures There is no doubt that wood is making a comeback in multi-story developments. More and more architects are developing cutting-edge, massive, multi-story structures with one of nature’s most abundant materials. Let’s take a deeper look at some of the benefits of an all-wood structure. ThinkWood provided a list of… Read more »
Is Wood the Material of the Future? The Future of Multi-Story Wood Buildings.
Is wood the material of the future? With societal trends favoring not just natural products, but natural spaces, more and more architects are looking for new ways to bring the outdoors in. Creating massive structures out of one of the Earth’s most natural and iconic elements, wood, architects and developers are catering to these… Read more »
Be Aware : Sub-Standard Foreign-Made Threaded Rods are Infiltrating North America
We at CLP Systems recently discovered an article written by Salim Brahimi of the Industrial Fasteners Institute in the winter edition of Link Magazine, discussing the surge in foreign threaded rods disrupting the North American market. In this article, he depicts how foreign-made threaded rods are infiltrating the industry, and why these sub-standard rods could… Read more »