Regenerational change

Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) construction is a renewable alternative to conventional building materials. Concrete accounts for 8% of the world’s carbon emissions. Conversely, CLT is a mighty tool in the fight for carbon neutrality in our cities. Rather than emitting carbon dioxide, timber construction absorbs it. Grain’s focus on natural, renewable, and planet-friendly materials is key to creating healthier and more sustainable cities.

Cross Laminated Timber (CLT)


Dry use


Floor and roof slabs
Wall panels
Stairwell & elevator cores
Other applications


Industrial and architectural


Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF)


3, 5, 7 and 9

White River Forest

As a building material CLT opens up a world of possibilities, offering limitless architectural options and a clean, natural look that feels better than traditional construction staples. By gluing multiple layers of solid-sawn timber perpendicular to each other, CLT production creates an incredibly strong and versatile building material that is FSC certified, and sustainably sourced from Ontario forests.

CLT CNC Process

Layers of solid-sawn timber are combined to create a more natural alternative to concrete and steel that is every bit as strong.

Excellence meets automation. Fully automated production lines use SPF lumber from sustainable, local sources to produce CLT.

Wood structures around
the world

Mass timber construction is a reliable and proven technology used worldwide in residential, institutional, and commercial buildings. Mass timber construction has gained popularity in the last decade as it quickly becomes a core component of many countries’ responses to climate change.