SBC Industry News
SBCA believes it is common sense for the building code to include a definition of lumber design values. We urge you to use your governmental member vote to support the IRC code change proposal G6-16.
Vote for RB69-16 As Submitted.
Post-frame construction is ideal for non-code-exempt buildings of many shapes and sizes. One category that is often overlooked by post-frame builders is gymnasiums and multipurpose recreational buildings.
Parr Lumber announced today the acquisition of Country Homes Building Supply in Spokane, Washington.
Toll Brothers Inc. has entered the Boise, Idaho, market with the acquisition of an existing builder and plans to construct houses targeting first-time, millennial home buyers who want luxury but at a discount.
BMC Stock Holdings Inc., Atlanta, GA, reported sales sales increased 6 percent compared to adjusted sales in the third quarter of 2015.
Builders FirstSource, Inc., reported ithat in the third quarter ending September 30, 2016, net sales had increased 3.1%, boosting income to $69.2 million.
At the 2016 Building Component Manufacturers Conference and tradeshow in Knoxville, Tennessee, SBCA recognized the dedication of three individuals whose career accomplishments and day-to-day efforts contribute so much to the success and professionalism of their industry.
Members of Maine’s forest products economy are hailing the certification of Norway spruce as construction lumber – the first new species to be added to the list of approved lumber in about 80 years.
Triad has always been the leader in the wall building industry and has again taken panelization to the next level with the Trident Panel Nailer/Stapler Bridge.
The PLM and ILM.Board of Directors unanimously appointed C. Richard Peterson as Chairman of the Board.
California TrusFrame today announced the appointment of Steven L. Stroder as their new chief executive officer (CEO).
Autonomous cars are sexy, but trucks are more practical. And they’ll almost certainly be here sooner than cars.
Daiwa House Group joins a growing list of Japanese homebuilders (North America Sekisui House and Sumitomo Forestry America) who are becoming significant players in North America's residential construction.
Weyerhaeuser Company’s third-quarter 2016 results came in above expectations, with a positive earnings surprise of 4.5%.
84 Lumber closed on a new $350 million senior secured term loan B and refinanced its existing credit facility with a new $350 million asset-based revolving credit facility.
AISI, in cooperation with CSA Group, today announced publication of the 2016 edition of the North American Specification for the Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structural Members
The Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA) Board of Directors elected its 2017 slate of officers during its recent Annual Meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia.