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Roseburg Engineered Wood Products are approved for use in Canada

Friday, September 26, 2008

Roseburg Forest Products announced today that its Engineered Wood Products (EWP) have received code approval for use in Canada. Both Roseburg RFPI® Joists and RigidLam® LVL have been approved by the Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) for use in building construction. Evaluation report CCMC 13310-R for Roseburg RigidLam® LVL and evaluation report CCMC 13323-R for Roseburg RFPI® Joists confirm both products comply with the National Building Code of Canada (NBC) 2005. Code reports are available for download by going to Roseburg.com or the CCMC website.

Bob Berch, EWP National Sales Manager, Roseburg Forest Products Co. states, “Now that we have received Canadian code approval, we will begin establishing our distribution network throughout Canada. Roseburg’s RFPI® Joists and RigidLam® LVL products will be available through a select, nationwide network of partners that will consist of Wholesale Distributors and Pro Yards”. Canadian Design Guides and Installation Guides are available at Roseburg.com.

Roseburg’s engineered wood products are engineered to the high-quality APA standards and are compatible with standard I-Joist hangers and connectors. The Roseburg Framing System® consists of: RFPI® Joists used in floor and roof construction; RigidLam® LVL which is used for headers, beams, studs and columns; and RigidRim® Rimboard. All of the components are engineered to the industry’s highest standards to help contractors build solid, durable, and better performing framing systems compared to ordinary dimension lumber. All of the components are intended and warranted for dry use applications.

For more information contact:
Bob Berch, EWP National Sales Manager
Phone: 800-569-7143
Email: bobb@rfpco.com

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