LVL - Laminated Veneer Lumber - comparable in strength to steel and concrete with all the flexibility and environmental benefits of wood
Wesbeam’s LVL is a lightweight, high-strength building material engineered from renewable and sustainable Western Australian plantation timbers. Our range of LVL products are designed to span further and weigh less to optimise efficiency in design and construction.
Wesbeam’s Design Centre offers an engineering and design service in the use of Wesbeam and other complementary products for residential, multi-residential and commercial structures
Over 85% of Australian detached houses are constructed using lightweight timber framing.
Tall Timber Building Systems [TTBS] provides a range of engineered wood based solutions for commercial and multi-residential structures
Readily available and lightweight for its strength. Strong, sustainable and carbon capturing, wood is the greatest renewable resource
Wesbeam is Australia’s only LVL manufacturer and distributor - with a world class factory in Perth and next day delivery from Wesbeam distribution centres.
Learn about our ever-growing range of products and services. If you’re new to the world of LVL and structural solutions for multi-residential and commercial applications, you’ll find a wealth of information to get you started.
AG Trusses and Stallion Homes focus on lightweight framing as the ideal alternative and are demonstrating this with their current project in Lower Chittering.
As QLD leaders in prefabricated timber frame and truss, King Truss has been a valued customer of Wesbeam for nearly 10 years.
The Western Sydney Airport Visitors Centre is an immersive, digital exhibition providing a visual display of how the new airport will take shape.
A blog written by our own Senior Structural Engineer, Tom Rickerby.
In purchasing Wesbeam, and other products manufactured in Australia, you deliver real value to your business and the lives of other Australians. Here’s why.
The thermal performance of buildings is a hot topic in the construction industry. The changes that have occurred to the National Construction Code over several years have raised the profile of thermal performance.
Written by our own Technical Manager, Stephen Dayus
This document outlines the process of LOSP treatment, as well as recommendations regarding the painting of LOSP treated timber, including LVL.
This design guide was produced by EWPAA in consultation with industry leading experts, to provide assistance to building practitioners designing structures using LVL and plywood.