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Construction in Penticton

  - Mark Brett/Western News
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Heavy lifting —

Workers move a 2000-pound panel of cross laminated timber to be used for the roof of the luxury four-plex development called 433 Churchill Avenue being built by Michael Daley. The eco-friendly material is a new product by Structurlam Wood Products, partially utilizing wood from beetle kill trees with an adhesive to bond the material together.

 

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