PRODUCT GUIDE Engineered Wood The Richmond Olympic Oval was the site of speed-skating events during the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games; its ceiling is made from trees killed by the mountain pine beetle and turned into engineered wood. Photo: BC Living. License: CC BY-SA 2.0. Overview Products we like Behind the recommendations Certifications & Documentation 3rd-party product lists Related articles Overview Products we like Behind the recommendations Certifications & Documentation 3rd-party product lists Related articles The best products... Contain no-added-formaldehyde resins Are available with FSC-certified content May offer other environmental benefits But watch out for... Wood from unsustainable sources Read the entire product guide with BuildingGreen Premium Join now for $19.95/month » Firm or campus members – click here » SEE A SAMPLE PRODUCT GUIDE More about Engineered Wood Engineering a Wood Revolution Engineered wood products are challenging concrete and steel in structural applications while proffering a lower environmental footprint. Wood Structures Could Reduce Global Carbon by Almost a Third Using sustainably harvested timber in place of concrete, steel, and brick would have a massive positive impact, a new study asserts. New Options Emerging among Mass Timber Panels Lots of glue, or all wood? Two new products highlight very different approaches to structural panels.