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Engineered Wood Gets an Easy A

A Washington school district creatively leveraged the aesthetic and acoustic benefits of engineered wood products in their newly constructed school.




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For over 85 years, APA – The Engineered Wood Association has focused on helping the industry create structural wood products of exceptional strength, versatility and reliability. Combining the research efforts of scientists at APA’s 42,000 square-foot research with the knowledge gained from decades of field work and cooperation with our member manufacturers, APA promotes new solutions and improved processes.

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