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In many communities, 2-4 unit multifamily housing (structures with two, three or four units) is the key to expanding the existing housing stock, in order to solve the housing shortage.

The COVID-19 pandemic—and its associated economic effects—has upended much of the conventional wisdom around determining where, and how, families want to live.

84 Lumber has announced two new promotions within the company: Joe Weston to vice president of cost forecasting & pricing and Rich Scalise to vice president of inventory management.

Commercial contractors continue to battle material shortages brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Q4 2020 U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index.

84 Lumber recently posted this YouTube video featuring their Coal Center, Pennsylvania, component manufacturing operations.  General Manager Matt Pabis walks through the facilities capabilities, technology and geographic delivery region.

Review the most read articles from SBC Industry News in the past year.

SoftBank Group Corp. has agreed to invest $200 million more to bail out Katerra, a construction startup that ran into financial problems as it tried to shake up the building industry.

In a Form 8-K filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Builders FirstSource and BMC Stock Holdings have announced the leadership team that will guide the company following a merger between the two building material distribution giants.

The first 63-tonne roof truss section of Christchurch’s Metro Sports Facility has been installed today.

UFP Industries is expanding its supply base in the construction market with the acquisition of three companies based in New Hampshire.