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In preparation for the return of large gatherings, Columbus, Ohio, the host of BCMC 2020, has announced extraordinary measures to ensure their downtown is safe for out-of-town visitors.
Early on, in 2015, the Silicon Valley upstart consisted simply, elegantly, and profoundly as Zeroes, Ones, and dollars--code and capital hungry for yield. It layered in meaningfully rigorous logic of bill of materials subcomponent sourcing streams.
Wood Tech Systems of Muncie, IN and 4Ward Consulting Group of Stanwood, WA are excited to welcome Mike Ruede, Jr. to our independent teams.
Forest products company and lumber producer Canfor has completed its acquisition of Elliot Sawmilling Company Inc.
Kodiak Building Partners has announced its 25th transaction, which gives the company another foothold in component manufacturing and builder services.
A NAFTA panel has backed the U.S. International Trade Commission's decision regarding softwood lumber imports from Canada but British Columbia's industry group still hopes for an ultimate victory.
SBCA’s Emerging Leaders Committee welcomed two new members this spring who enjoy the shared experience of having grown up in the structural building components industry.
Dave Mitchell and Zach Shepherd have spent 23 years together at Engineered Building Design (EBD)--and they are always on the lookout for the next person who will help their company succeed into the future.
Whether you are a component manufacturer (CM) or a supplier to the industry, get ready to “Sharpen Your Vision” this September 29 – October 2 at BCMC 2020 in Columbus, Ohio.
Greg Dahlstrom was the featured guest on a recent In The Blue – A Podcast about all things Bluebeam with hosts John Magyar, director of ecommerce, and Troy DeGroot, senior technical specialist (and Villaume’s Bluebeam implementation specialist), both of U.S. CAD.
Paal Kibsgaard, a former oil industry exec, has been tapped as the new chief executive of Katerra, which also said Tuesday it has secured $200M in funding from SoftBank Group's Vision Fund.
Under new OSHA guidance that goes into effect on May 26, 2020, employers covered by OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements must determine if an employee who contracts COVID-19 was infected while at work.
There's a growing number of apprenticeships offering pay, job security and career satisfaction amid a time of uncertainty.
Framers can do their jobs efficiently and effectively, even while following critical safety standards, says Andy Sage, owner of Straight Up Framing and Sage Building Components in Ames, Iowa.
OSHA recently announced that it has adopted revised policies for in-person inspections and recordkeeping requirements with respect to the virus as economies reopen throughout the country.