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the_queryD00Array ( [0] => 38026 [1] => 38045 [2] => 38064 [3] => 38082 [4] => 38102 [5] => 38313 [6] => 38366 [7] => 38413 [8] => 38429 [9] => 38472 [10] => 38475 [11] => 38481 [12] => 38484 [13] => 38500 [14] => 38516 [15] => 38600 [16] => 38544 [17] => 38443 [18] => 38467 [19] => 38463 [20] => 38403 [21] => 38398 [22] => 38394 )
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Wood in civic buildings

For public projects, as for other types of buildings, new engineered mass timber products, supported by recent legislation, make wood an economic and functional choice in both rural and urban areas. Two recent B.C. projects illustrate this point.
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