Lord's Cricket Ground, London: White Oak
In cooperation with AHEC and Hess Timber in Germany, Robinson Lumber’s team in New Albany, Indiana supplied 4 × 40 of #1 com 1 × 5 white oak strips, which went to make the first glulam finger jointed structure of this size in American White Oak for the high-profile Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
The Marylebone Cricket Club commissioned architects Populous to design the new Warner Stand at the world-renowned Lords Cricket Ground, London. The redevelopment features 11 cantilevered glue laminated American white oak beams which form the roof of the stand. The longest beam measures in at 23.4 metres in length, making them the longest glue laminated beams to be manufactured in Europe.