engineered wood

engineered wood
engineered wood,
a light, strong, structural building material usually made from laminated wood products similar to plywood, and used in construction to replace conventional lumber: »

Some of these [building] details are unlikely to be called for on every project, but they show the versatility of engineered wood (Fine Home Building).


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