Temple Contracting would like to extend an expression of gratitude to Beam Craft for the excellent work that was performed for the Forestburg Water…– Temple Contracting Inc.
"Your work had gone well above what we expected and both agree that your team has been the best trade on the job...."– Darek, Pam, Alley and Tito
At Beam Craft we offer our clients a connection to the past, to a time of handcrafted artistry all while using modern techniques, engineering and machinery to provide the perfect blend of old and new.
With 30 + years of combined experience specializing in traditional timber frame homes, architectural beam work, mass timber construction, Structural Glue Laminated Timber (Glulam) and CLT, we have something to offer each client who is embarking on the project of their dreams.
Customized service from start to finish is a claim we are proud to make at Beam Craft. We take pleasure in the process of guiding you through each and every decision that needs to be made. From staff carpenters, to long-standing trade relationships our team becomes your team the minute we begin!
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Beam Craft Timber Framing is a youthful, motivated and energetic company. We are passionate about our product line and serious about what we do. Our experience in the local building market and strong references of past clients, combined with industry leading service and products gives us confidence in our position in the local market and the foundation to support growth.
Our youthful energy and 30 + years of combined experience in the wood frame subcontractor & home construction business Beam Craft Timber Framing (BCTF) has helped create a growing business in selling and building high end, custom Timber Frame homes and buildings. We are expanding our services into the arenas of glue laminated timber and mass timber construction.
Beam Craft was founded in early 2009. Owners Jason Beamish and Julius Kettler had previously been working in the greater Edmonton area as carpenters.
The timber frame industry in North America has been a “renaissance” movement that began in the 1970’s in New England and has now spread throughout the continent. There are hundreds of professional timber frame companies of various sizes producing thousands of homes annually. Custom residential is the backbone of the industry, however, there are growing commercial applications for both the timber frame and the structural insulated panels (SIP’s). Some recent examples of SIP jobs done by other sales reps are Tim Horton’s (Grande Prairie) and McDonald’s restaurant (Dawson Creek). The SIP technology is gaining popularity as consumers look for construction and energy efficiency improvements on the standard wood frame and batting insulation wall assembly.
Industry wide numbers are difficult to find as competitors do not necessarily report annual sales to an industry council. However, it is common knowledge that this is a multimillion dollar business within the custom home and light commercial markets.