SBCA Updates

“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.

The lumber market could be entering a buyer’s market, Justin Binning and Ken Timmins shared on the Structural Building Components Association’s (SBCA) most recent Lumber Connection podcast.

There is now a faster, easier, more secure way to purchase products through SBCA.

SBCA is pleased to announce the hiring of its new membership coordinator, Talia Zanotelli. Talia is new to the component manufacturing industry, but brings to this important position a wealth of customer service, event planning, social media marketing and general administrative experience.

SBCA’s membership overwhelmingly supports 2020/2021 board resolution to extend Executive Committee member terms by one year. 

Jess Lohse has been named Executive Director for the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA), starting September 8, 2020. 

SBCA and Qualtim are pleased to announce that Kirk Grundahl, P.E., has retired as the Executive Director of SBCA although he will continue his work in the structural building components industry through his affiliation with Qualtim.

Have you ever wanted to attend one of SBCA’s Open Quarterly Meetings (OQMs), but were reluctant to invest time and money before actually knowing the benefits?

In the brief video below, BCMC Co-Chair Greg Dahlstrom invites you into his home workplace and reminds you this current situation won't last forever.

During the three-day event, participants had the opportunity to network, share ideas, gather best practices on everything from manufacturing to leadership, and have some fun in a beautiful part of the country.