CLT is extremely versatile and can be fully combined with other building materials. Thanks to its extreme load distribution properties in two directions, CLT presents no limitations to architectural, residential or utility building projects. For this reason, it is becoming increasingly used for building detached houses and apartment buildings, as well as for industrial and commercial construction. As a high-quality structural material with an enormous load-bearing capacity, CLT is becoming increasingly popular for the construction of bridges, carports, small structures and wood composite ceilings, and is also being widely used in many other areas. In this section you will find everything you need to know about building with CLT. Design tables have also been provided to assist with questions associated with structural stability and to help you produce rough preliminary designs.