Market Education

Last year during SBCA’s Open Quarterly Meeting in Baltimore, Maryland, I took the train down to Washington, DC and met with staff members of my U.S. Representative, Bill Flores. After a productive meeting on Capitol Hill, I made sure to leave an invitation behind for the Congressman to tour our production facility in Lott, Texas.

In June, SBCA members traveled to Washington, DC to meet with their members of Congress to discuss immigration and trade policy.

Framers and CMs can make for a powerful partnership, but it takes work.

Testing is underway to determine the effects of weather exposure and time on trusses.

Can’t make it to Washington, DC for SBCA’s Fly-in this June? Consider hosting a plant tour instead!

SBCA will be voicing the industry’s concerns on Capitol Hill.

“We need to take every opportunity to sell more trusses!” That was the sentiment of many of the component manufacturers (CMs) sitting around the table at the most recent SBCA Marketing Committee meeting in Tampa, Florida.

Lay-On Gables are an opportunity for component manufacturers.

Thirty-five students and nine instructors from Omaha’s Metropolitan Community College (MCC) visited BCMC this year and got a taste of the many opportunities the structural building components industry has to offer.

For decades, SBCA Jobsite Packages have helped component manufacturers (CMs) provide handling and installation guidance to their customers with every order. These pre-assembled packages of instruction documents, attached to truss deliveries in a zippered plastic bag, are now available in a digital format.