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Based on what enforcement officers will be watching for, here are eight tips to help avoid costly fines and citations during Operation Safe Driver Week.
Tthe American Institute of Architects (AIA) has urged policymakers to reject any weakening of the building codes that have made America’s buildings the envy of the world and called for making public buildings a part of infrastructure renewal.
President Trump's tighter border controls have already reduced greatly the influx of illegal aliens, but he needs legislation to finish the task.
Given the acute construction labor shortage that was already at play before recent natural disasters, reconstruction and its repercussions in residential real estate could pose yet another disaster.
Builders “have no choice” but to pay higher prices for lumber despite the dramatic price hikes in recent months, housing expert Ivy Zelman says.
The Census Bureau recently released 2016 multifamily completions data from the Survey of Construction. A total of 159,000 housing units, or 49 percent of all multifamily completions, were in buildings with 50 or more units, more than any other building type.
After hitting a new low in August, new home sales surged in September to their fastest pace in the past decade, according to the latest report released jointly by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
To lower construction cost and streamline installation time on mid-rise wood construction projects, Simpson Strong-Tie has launched the new Strong-Rod Systems rod-to-steel-beam connector (ATS-SBC).
Allen Holt Gwyn, civic leader and nationally-renowned construction lawyer, arbitrator and mediator, passed away Monday, September 18, 2017.
If you’re at the BCMC show, make sure to stop by the bracing demonstration and experience it yourself.
For a framer that builds well over 2,500 units per year, the stakes associated with being buttoned-up in all aspects of the job get higher.
by Tim Ahrenholz
Between August 2016 to August 2017, 37 states and the District of Columbia saw a growth in the total number of permits issued.
Project Frog has announced an alliance with Autodesk to develop a transformational cloud-based platform to standardize and simplify data flow between the architecture studio, the factory and the jobsite.
A new Ukrainian homebuilding startup called PassivDom uses a 3D printing robot that can print the walls, roof, and floor of PassivDom’s 380-square-foot model in about eight hours
SmartLam plans to quadruple its production from about 20,000 cubic meters annually to more than 80,000 cubic meters with the new facility. It also hopes to develop additional engineered wood products.
A unit of Roseburg Forest Products recently bought 158,000 acres of timberland in parts of North Carolina and Virginia.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has identified 20 sets of regulations and permitting issues as being a top priority for reform and immediate action to begin unleashing of the domestic manufacturing industry.
U.S. forest products company Potlatch Corp is nearing an all-stock deal to acquire smaller peer Deltic Timber Corp, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.