SBC Industry News
To help drive continued business growth and customer service, Hunter Panels will promote Matt Peterson to general manager, effective January 1, 2018, succeeding Jim Whitton who will retire at the end of the year.
If you’re coming to the BCMC show next week in Omaha, SBCA has put together a “checklist for success” just for you.
Once the industry bounced back and Jared Dix found himself looking to start a career, he decided the industry actually looked like a lot of fun and also needed some youthful perspective.
The 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.
A Texas A&M 3,400-bed facility stretches 2.2 million sq ft, including one eight-story central “Texas-wrap” structure with a parking garage, called the B building. It is framed with cold-formed steel, and covers 1 million sq ft.
To illustrate their complete light-frame construction product offering for component manufacturers, Simpson Strong-Tie will be showcasing truss design and project management software solutions at the BCMC show.
The U.S. economy these days is like an old and reliable car. It’s not going to set any speed records but it’s also not going to break down and leave people stranded.
Metal connector plates and cold-formed steel components are manufactured from galvanized cold-rolled sheet steel (for a quick reference on cold-rolled versus hot-rolled, click here).
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the Trump administration has decided to defer a decision on steel tariffs as it focuses on getting tax reforms through Congress.
At the BCMC show in Omaha, SBCA will be setting up two roof truss systems comprised of five identical 50-foot trusses.
President Trump signed an executive order that should ease rules on small businesses banding together to buy health insurance, through what are known as association health plans and ease restrictions on HRAs.
The formula that works for new companies and products might be key to workforce recruitment, too: Call in the celebrities and break out the t-shirts!
Conventional anchoring systems provide resistance to uplift by “reacting” to the uplift load as it is being applied. The uplift force applied at the roof level is a tensile force, transmitted through the intervening floors, walls and connections to the foundation.
New Drift Strut Connector from Simpson Strong-Tie Simplifies Panelized Installation in Cold-Formed Steel Construction
Simpson Strong-Tie, an industry leader in engineered structural connectors and fasteners, introduces the easy-to-install DSSCB bypass framing drift strut connector to support cold-formed steel bypass framing while accommodating horizontal building drift.
MiTek® Launches Its New ProSeries™ Fasteners, Offering Exterior-Grade & Interior-Grade Structural Wood Screws
MiTek ProSeries™ Offers High-Grade, Code-Compliant, Structural Fasteners for Professional Builders, Remodelers, Deck Builders, DIYers, and Pro-sumers
Boards feature patented technology that allows virtually no water absorption.
Arsenal Capital Partners announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell Accella Performance Materials, a leading North American specialty polyurethane platform, to Carlisle Companies Incorporated for $670 million.
A certification program for roofing contractors scheduled to launch early next year has the potential to transform the roofing industry in United States forever, said Reid Ribble, CEO of the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA).