Cour à bois is a Quebec-based company specializing in the design, manufacture and installation of playgrounds, observation towers, and recreational and pedestrian bridges.

Cour à bois is able to get involved in every stage of the projects entrusted to it, adapting its products to suit the needs and environment of each project. From solid wood to glulam, our selection of Canadian wood species is ideal for designing products that are unique, creative, attractive, fun, reliable and environmentally friendly.

Cour à boisnaturally well thought-out!

We founded Cour à bois out of passion!

Ultimateck parent company of Cour à bois , already active in wood structures and architecture, was invited by Cecobois to take part in economic missions as part of the National Research Council's Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).

It was during these travels that we met a Western Canadian company with expertise similar to ours, and inhabited by the same values as us. This collaboration gave birth to the play modules of what is now our collection billot.

These same trips have also enabled us to discover new trends in the use of wood and a world of possibilities to explore.

Our passion and know-how have led us to develop a collection using glulam, which offers a new dimension of infinite possibilities that you can now find in the range topia range.

Wanting to expand our product offering to better meet the demands of our customers, the next logical step was to meet their needs by creating solutions for gazebos, walkwayslles and observation towerson.

Canadian engineering and design

Cour à bois offers CSA-compliant playground equipment and modules that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are original. Their design can be fully adapted to each customer's specifications, so that they blend in perfectly with their environment and comply with current standards.

Know-how for guaranteed quality

Cour à bois benefits from the expertise of theUltimatecka Quebec company recognized for many years for its expertise in commercial, institutional, civil and residential wood structures.