Investors continue to ink deals in the single-family rental (SFR) and build-for-rent (BFR) space, despite a global pandemic.
Construction vendors and subcontractors are relying on technology and offsite fabrication to help work around material shortages and other challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new market outlook from Consigli.
Atlas Engineered Products Ltd posted fourth-quarter results that saw its revenue jump 22% year-over-year on the back of demand for its products and strength in the construction industry.
Drexel Building Supply Inc., a leading provider of building materials and services to contractors and homeowners, is expanding its facility in New Berlin—an $11 million project expected to create 50 jobs over the next three years.
U.S. trucking companies are scrambling to hire more drivers as roaring consumer demand and tight shipping capacity stoke a resurgent freight market.
President Joe Biden announced last week that his nominee for assistant secretary for occupational safety and health for the Department of Labor is Douglas L. Parker, the current head of the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA).
With sky high lumber prices and skilled labor increasingly difficult to find, the construction industry needs offsite framing now more than ever.
In a move which is billed as an attempt to reduce the city's vulnerability to wildfires, the Los Angeles City Council voted earlier today to explore a proposal which could curtail the use of wood-frame construction for larger developments in some of its most densely-populated neighborhoods.
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“It’s 2021 and everyone is used to shopping online,” says Keith Kylmala, owner of Kylmala Truss who recently used SBCA’s new online store.
After missing a March 15 presidential deadline, the development of an emergency temporary standard for COVID-19 has now been put on hold by Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, as the urgency for its issuance declines among rising vaccination numbers and the political will for its implementation has thinned, according to media reports and expert analysis.
Habitat for Humanity recently partnered with Build with Strength, backed by the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA), to construct resilient, affordable, and sustainable housing across the United States.