SBCA is involved with “In-plant Quality Control” programs to fulfill its mission of members gaining the knowledge and power to run successful, growing, profitable companies offering a compelling competitive advantage in the marketplace for their customers and professional growth for employees.
If you are interested in learning about adding more value to a panelized wall assembly, join Mike Strohecker as he covers how the PUReWAll assembly delivers more value, helps reduce cycle time compared to standard framed walls, and meets new energy code requirements while maintaining a 2x4 wall.
Join SBCA staff and SBCA marketing committee member, Jess Lohse, President of Rocky Mountain Truss, to learn more about bestwaytoframe.com and how you can use it to promote components within your market.
Join us as we explore this question and discuss why building materials are often blamed for fires, particularly those that occur in buildings under construction, and why the finger doesn’t get pointed elsewhere. Panelists will discuss the many different ways fires start and provide attendees with a better understanding of root causes, which will help solve fire risks during construction with the goal to prevent fires from occurring.
Based on a panel discussion at BCMC 2017, this webinar will cover some best practices for managing a variety of design issues, from training designers and overseeing the design process, to tracking design work, errors and the associated costs. Come with questions about strategies to minimize and mitigate design mistakes, and leave with tips on how to manage mistake tracking data and recognize designers whose work is mistake free.
When big projects come along or code changes are proposed, it’s good to have builders, architects, and building and fire officials who really understand what component manufacturing is all about. Learn how Bob and Keith became active SBCA participants and go-to presenters in their markets.