BMC Stock Holdings, Inc., one of the nation’s leading providers of diversified building materials and solutions to new construction builders and professional remodelers in the U.S., today has earned recognition as a 2021 Military Friendly® Employer.
The total market share of non-site built single-family homes (modular and panelized) declined to 3% of single-family completions in 2019, according to Census Bureau Survey of Construction data and NAHB analysis.
UFP Industries (UFP) reported that its UFP Retail Solutions business segment has acquired the equity of Fire Retardant Chemical Technologies, LLC (FRCT).
84 Lumber, the nation’s largest privately held building materials supplier, is launching a full-scale recruitment effort to fill immediate openings at its locations in greater Orlando, which include stores in Winter Garden, Tavares, and Sanford as well as a door shop in Tavares.
BTIG analyst Ryan Gilbert reiterated a Buy rating on Builders FirstSource on Thursday, setting a price target of $35, which is approximately 7.30% above the present share price of $32.62.
Simpson Strong-Tie announced the Annie Kao, vice president of engineering, has been included on the Girl Greek X List of Top 60 Women Leading Engineering Teams.
Boise Cascade has completed the purchase of a new property with building structures in Gallatin, Tennessee.
During the National Association of Home Builders’ Building Systems Week last week, the group highlighted a number of key themes going forward for the offsite construction industry: education, access to resources, and opportunities to help builders overcome challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Building on the long-term relationship between MINDA and Stiles, both companies are pleased to announce MINDA’s immediate acquisition of Deal Manufacturing in North Carolina and the subsequent formation of MINDA North America.
When the National Framers Council was created as a council under the SBCA umbrella it represented an opportunity to strengthen and enhance the important relationship between component manufacturers and framers.
Gene Toombs, who grew St. Louis-based MiTek into a billion-dollar company during his tenure, died over the weekend while traveling in Brunswick, Georgia. He was 79.