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Anandia Canopy, Comox BC Canada

2019

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TS3 technology was used in the new canopy for a renovation and expansion of the Anandia Cannabis Center in Vancouver BC, Canada.

Vordach Canopy zoom
Vordach Canopy
Sealing the joints from the underside zoom
Sealing the joints from the underside
Visualization of the TS3 joints zoom
Visualization of the TS3 joints
Drilling the holes for filling in the casting resin zoom
Drilling the holes for filling in the casting resin

The Project

The canopy is six metres long and nine metres wide and is supported on only three pillars.


CLT panels in this size cannot be delivered to a construction site. However, to ensure that the canopy is still made of one panel and no beams have to be inserted, four CLT panels are joined together using TS3 technology.


The Construction

The CLT panels were prepared according to the specifications of TS3. This includes milling and drilling for the application of TS3 casting resin.


The plates were then mounted and the joint was sealed from above and below.


In a final step, the casting resin is poured into the joints. This hardens in one day so that the construction process can continue undisturbed.


The Challenges

The TS3 technology is offered in a licensing system. The TS3 employees are not on site themselves, but provide virtual support to the people on the construction site.  Thanks to the good training material, the canopy could be built by local craftsmen.

- TS3 Technologie 54m³


Services TS3
- TS3 Training Application Technology

Butt-joint bonding of CLT
TS3 Timber Structures 3.0 AG
3600 Thun

Architecture
Local Practice Architecture + Design Ltd.
Vancouver BC, Canada

Building Owner
Anandia Laboratories Inc.
Comox BC, Canada

Timber Construction
STYXWORKS
Vancouver BC, Canada

 

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