Wood as a building material is becoming more and more an economical alternative to steel or concrete. This also applies to industrial buildings in which usage and profitability play the decisive role. The ratio of dead weight to load-bearing capacity and the well-assessable fire behavior of wood make this building material very attractive for roofs with large spans.
The large spans are implemented with the use of glulam. Individual wooden lamellas are glued to saddle roof, roof-top and arch binders and prepared as a kit in the factory to ensure rapid assembly on site.