International Paper announced it will acquire Temple-Inland Inc. for $32 per share plus assumption of Temple-Inland's $600 million debt--a deal that IP values at roughly $4.3 billion.
For the first time in its eight year history, the premiere trade show for British Columbia wood products is attracting more buyers from China than from the United States.
Today, thanks in large part to keener competition for buyers, rising energy prices, and stiffer building codes, there are a bevy of products designed to create and improve an actual thermal envelope.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) issued the most comprehensive look yet at the built environment’s role in economic recovery, highlighting six specific policy steps that will generate jobs and help grow the American economy.
A condensed recap of the market conditions for the major North American softwood lumber and panel products as reported in Crow's Weekly Market Report.
The multifamily housing market continued to show improvement in the second quarter of 2011, as the Multifamily Production Index (MPI) increased for the fourth consecutive quarter.
New Brunswick's provincial government announced investments totaling $6.1 million to benefit the regional economy and advance transformation in their forest industry.
North America is beginning to join a wave currently sweeping through Europe and Asia: a transition from eco-logo certifications to environmental product declarations, or EPDs.
This article demonstrates how wood-framing is an effective way to meet all of the competing objectives facing school construction.
More than a dozen skilled and semi-skilled carpenters gathered on one of the hottest days of the year at Pacific Wall and Truss Systems to prepare components for ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."
HD Supply has reported net sales for its second fiscal quarter of 2011 of $2.2 billion, an increase of $195 million, or 10%, over sales in the same quarter of 2010.
It’s official: Menards will open a new store in Miami Township, Ohio, after demolishing a shopping center it purchased on Aug. 24 for $5.36 million.