After working for over three decades with Alpine and four decades in the component manufacturing industry, Michael Martz has announced his retirement at the end of the year, December 31, 2020.
Businesses in the home building industry are looking at their successes this year and wondering if they have just pulled demand forward, or if this year's strength will remain through 2021.
The share of new homes sold in October that had not yet begun construction was higher than at any point since 2005 – a sign of both continued homebuilding and market health to come, and of builders’ savvy response to pandemic-influenced market factors.
We previously reported a declining trend in new single-family home size that is likely to reverse during the post pandemic years.
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 Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which was created by Congress last March and provides forgivable loans to small businesses, expired on August 8 and has yet to be renewed.
United States Steel Corp. X 13.26% has agreed to acquire the remaining 50.1% stake in Big River Steel LLC for $774 million, giving the steelmaker ownership of one of the newest, most advanced steel mills in the country.
John Clifford Carpenter passed away on December 4, 2020, at the age of 76, at his country home near Hallettsville with family at his side.
Think beyond the physical investment of trucks, equipment, and buildings when it comes to investments for improving your bottom line for 2021.
According to NAHB’s analysis of the 2019 Survey of Construction data, the highest median square foot sale and contract prices are registered in the West and Northeast.
Experts from the offsite construction and components market said the labor market could get even tighter in the next several years.
A trend of higher demand for housing in lower-density areas reported in the second quarter National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) has persisted into the fall, as single-family and multifamily construction continued to overperform in lower cost markets like suburbs and exurbs.