About Log & Timber Works


Distinguished by our co-operative approach, knowledge capital, and exquisite workmanship, Log & Timber Works infuses every project with our signature passion for excellence. From concept to completion, every Log & Timber Works project receives equal attention, through meticulous construction detailing, careful selection of materials, precision craftsmanship and consistent quality every step of the way.

At Log & Timber Works we know that many elements must come together to ensure a successful log and timber structure. That’s why partnering with the right people can be the most critical factor determining the success of your project.

Located in friendly Saskatchewan, Land of the Living Skies, we have enjoyed a successful history by working closely with homeowners, contractors and architects throughout Canada and the United States.

Our diverse capabilities allow us to bring our clients’ imaginations to life. From traditional timberframes to handcrafted log and timber hybrid structures, we embrace challenge, accommodating a variety of building styles and techniques. Our technical knowledge and solid business practices help build lasting trust while meeting layout, site, budget and aesthetic requirements.

Company owner and Log and Timber Construction Specialist, Pete Doucette is especially known for his unique problem solving abilities, creativity, and professional concern for his clients. Exquisite workmanship, innovation and finely orchestrated project management define Pete’s leadership in the log and timberframe industry. For over 35 years Pete’s passion for excellence has forged a stellar reputation in log and timberframe construction. With hundreds of homes and buildings to his credit, Pete’s work can be seen across North America and around the world in countries such as Germany and Lithuania.

Since 1995 Pete has been instrumental in assisting other companies implement timberframing into their own offerings, including; Unique Timber Corp. (Lumby, British Columbia), Sun Peaks Log Homes (Kamloops, British Columbia), Eagle Mountain Construction Management (Lumby, British Columbia), Inglis Construction Management Ltd. (Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia) and Backcountry Log Homes (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan).

Background:

Pete Doucette, has studied under some of the most recognized names in the log and timberframe industries. In 1979, he completed with distinction comprehensive log builder courses at the renowned  Pat Wolfe School of Log Building. Pete’s ongoing pursuit to broaden his credentials resulted in his successful completion of countless programs, including Passive Solar Energy/Heating, Visual Stress Grading (for materials selection), timberframe building course taught by Ted Benson, supervisory and AutoCAD courses, and Timber Framers’ Guild of North America conferences. In 2003, Pete earned his BC Certified Log Builder designation.