SBC Industry News
This article in Builder Online focuses on four long-term ways builders can begin to address the framing labor shortage builders are currently facing, one of them is to stop stick framing.
To help a CM in Arizona, SBCA developed a construction detai and design approach that featured a beveled 2x4 attached to the underside of a lay?on gable.
Every so often, situations arise that can lead to finger-pointing and questions about who is actually responsible when a construction defect occurs.
Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a measure (H.R. 6904) that would delay the implementation of the Department of Labor’s overtime rule for six months.
This article in the August 2016 issue of Structure Magazine provides an extensive analysis of installation best practices for open-web, pin-connected long span trusses.
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine this week released a report looking at the economic and fiscal implications of immigration to the U.S.
On Election Day 2016, eight states will consider either medical marijuana laws or legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
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The market for tiny homes appears to be on the rise, at least based on recent homebuilder offerings.
A Killeen man accused of stealing more than $2 million from his former employer has entered two plea deals, according to courthouse officials.
An ordinance that would ban the use of vinyl siding for new and remodeled housing in neighborhood residential zones 1, 2 and 3 was tabled following a long discussion at the Covington City Council.
Firefighters in Wilmington, Delaware have honored two comrades who were killed in the line of duty Saturday when the unprotected first floor collapsed into the basement.
This article in Builder Online provides detailed analysis of production builder Lennar Corporation’s purchase of Florida-based WCI Communities.
A recent article in ProSales Magazine highlighted a unique approach a lumber yard took to attract new employees, namely a humorous take on hard labor.
Given what we know about the habits that led to his success as a football coach, here’s how Saban might handle the difficult tasks of developing a culture of workplace safety and responding to an OSHA inspection.
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These three stories highlight recent and significant developments in structural concrete industry that will likely have an impact on wood framing in the future.
A coalition of 21 states filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday in federal court in Texas demanding the court stop the department from promulgating its new overtime rule.
In contrast to the steady overall index, prices of key building materials were anything but level.
The tariff barriers imposed on Canadian softwood lumber cost American consumers a fortune, all while enriching a limited group of producers, shows a Viewpoint published today by the Montreal Economic Institute.