SUSTAINABILITY IN DESIGN

Wood’s sustainable nature, inherent beauty, and adaptability seamlessly blend into modern design, offering a timeless beauty that transcends trends and fads. 

Its inherent warmth, texture, and versatility make it an indispensable material in contemporary architecture and interior design.

As architects and designers continue to prioritize environmental responsibility and human-centric spaces, wood will undoubtedly remain a cornerstone of contemporary aesthetics, bridging the gap between the built environment and the natural world with elegance and grace.

By working with grad® systems, architects and designers alike are choosing to enhance wood’s beauty and strength for durable designs.

Located just outside Atlanta, GA, the 10,000 SF siding of this barn has been renovated with stained doug fir to give it a natural and authentic look.
House at Indian Point by FBM Architects - NS, Canada - was featured in Archello as one of the top residential projects of 2021.

Building is Our Venture, that's why we only aim at delivering the best

Sustainability 

Durability

Detailed perfection

Moisture Management

Health & Safety 

Versatility of use

Customization

Technical support

National partner network  

grad rails are made from 80% recycled aluminum; both POM and aluminum are 100% recyclable

products designed to deliver lasting results

we deliver perfect designs in a snap 

aluminum furring strips help better fight moisture issues

lighter materials to assemble and easier to handle

decking, siding, soffits, accent wall, shiplap, open joint, narrow boards, battens

grad rails can work with different surface materials and be customized for specific projects

in-house support with project layouts, testing, product and surface material selection, training, samples

short supply chain, product diversity, and local availability

For commercial, residential, single- or multi-family builds, or mixed use

From soaring timber-framed ceilings to expansive glass facades framed by wooden beams, architects utilize wood to evoke a sense of serenity and connection to nature.

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Our Lady Queen of Heaven - Catholic Church on Lake Charles, LA. Design Build: Ribbeck Construction. Project completion: 2022. Total SF: 9,000

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