The Changi Chapel and Museum is impressive in more ways than one. Now we’ve seen it for ourselves and it’s finally open to the public after a two and a half year closure for extensive rebuilding, you too can see the eye-catching new timber roof. Designed by Architects SG LLP and built with “Glulam” – glue-laminated engineered wood – by Venturer Timberwork, the new structure is the first certified Chain of Custody Project awarded in Singapore by the PEFC. It’s also the first time a sophisticated supply chain traceability process has been used by DoubleHelix to identify the source of timber. Sourcemap tracked the journey of the wood used in this project from forest to installation. Check out who’s reporting in the latest Venturer video on this project.bus leo.