Cross Laminated Timber

Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) is a structural solid timber panel used to make structural walls, floors and roofs. CLT is made from layering pieces of timber in opposing directions called lamellas to form large structural panels.

The CLT panels are all individually produced using integrated BIM processes and manufactured using CAD/CAM methods to ensure tight tolerances.

CLT’s unique characteristics means it has been used in honeycomb type multi-storey structures of up to 12 stories and has capability of well in excess of this. CLT offers benefits to a structure by contributing to or providing many key requirements in a scheme:

  • Aesthetics
  • Acoustics
  • Thermal
  • Sustainability

CLT offers many key benefits to a project including some significant benefits over other materials, including –  lightweight solution, environmental solution when taken from a manged source, reduced number of deliveries on a project, reduced impact on the local community through reduced noise activities, faster return on investment.


Glulam Laminated structural timber beams are often used in lieu of structural steelwork beams and columns.

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William Hare utilise traditional steelwork fabrication techniques as well as innovative robotic welding lines

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Structural timber cassettes are uniquely designed to suit the acoustic, thermal and structural requirements of a project.

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