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SBCA is holding its inaugural Component Manufacturer Executive Leadership Summit on April 27-29 in Minneapolis, MN, in conjunction with the MSR Workshop. Read more.

This new program gives the next generation of leaders an opportunity to meet, build lasting relationships, learn from mentors, and gain a greater depth of knowledge of SBCA and trends shaping the industry’s future.

The American Wood Council (AWC) and APA know very well that in the International Residential Code (IRC) resistance to lateral loads is hard to quantify exactly.

A-1 Roof Trusses, a leading manufacturer of pre-engineered wood trusses, announced today that Jan S. Beck has joined A-1 in a newly-created position as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Beck will have oversight of the strategic direction of the Company and its affiliates.

Angeles Equity Partners, LLC, a private investment firm focused on value creation through operational transformation, and Clearlake Capital Group, L.P.  a leading private investment firm, today announced the acquisition of the Meek’s Lumber Company.

The top ten most read SBC Industry News Headlines of Q3 2018 are below:

Canada will still be able to bring trade actions against the United States over countervailing and anti-dumping duties under a new trade agreement, a move that could help bring the two countries together and negotiate a new Softwood Lumber Agreement.

An Ohio lumberyard hopes that a new pilot program funded by the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation in Montgomery, Ross and Scioto counties will generate solutions, especially to the havoc wrought by the opioid epidemic.

Since 1963, Stark Truss has been giving back not only to the local community, but to areas around the world. Stark Truss commits 10 percent of its profits to a foundation where the money is then doled out to various charities and ministries.

Economist John Burns of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, recently shared his predictions on a rise in household formation between 2016 to 2025 that, according to his analysis, will require 1.25 million housing units to be constructed per year to accommodate it.