RedBuilt™+ SmartLam Cross Laminated Timber
We're with you every step.
Mass timber building support from concept to completion
If you’re like most design and construction professionals, mass timber has captured your imagination with its stunning aesthetics and inherent sustainability.
Wondering what steps to take next? You’re not alone. Few companies have the experience to take a mass timber project from concept to completion. This is where we can help.
Since 1958, RedBuilt™ has been a leader in commercial construction, providing customized, engineered-wood framing solutions. SmartLam is the first and largest producer of cross-laminated timber (CLT) in America. Now we’ve teamed up to offer a wide array of mass timber products and services, with RedBuilt™ serving as the exclusive distributor of SmartLam products for the western U.S.
Together, we offer a highly trained technical sales and design team, deeply familiar with mass timber design, manufacturing and construction. We guide architects, engineers and contractors through the entire design and construction process, collaborating every step of the way to streamline workflow and eliminate guesswork.
Mass Timber at a glance
Lower carbon footprint
Lower labor costs
Quieter, cleaner, safer construction sites
Greater site options with lighter loads
Marketable - people prefer wood structures
Cross-laminated timber is flexible and strong, creating warm, inviting spaces—up to 18 stories—that challenge preconceived notions of what it means to design and build with engineered wood products.
Let us assist you with:
1. Schematic Design
Project goals, Budgeting, Construction type, System selection, Environmental considerations
2. Design Development
Material selection, Design support, Grid optimization, Product specification
3. Contract Documents
Detailing, Proactive coordination, Construction type, Review + feedback
Comprehensive framing package, Customized quotes
Project management, RFI coordination, 3D modeling, Shop drawings, P.E. review
Delivery logistics, Installation guidance, Jobsite support
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