The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued worker safety guidance for coronavirus protection programs on Jan. 29, requiring greater input from employees and enhanced mask protections.
Bringing the industry together to share ideas has always been at the core of SBCA’s mission. After a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, members held their first socially-distanced, in-person open quarterly meeting (OQM) in San Antonio, January 26-28.
When handled and installed properly, metal plate-connected wood trusses are incredibly effective at spanning long distances while efficiently resisting intended design loads (gravity, snow, wind, etc.).
Being comfortable most of the time is a good thing—being comfortable with your assignment, with your tools, with your crew.
In episode 170 of the Behind the Back Sales Podcast, host Bradley is joined by Beth Pop-Nikolov and Zach Williams of Venveo and the Smarter Building Materials Marketing podcast.
During the pandemic, the National Association of Manufacturers has not been shy about expressing its views on what needs to be done to fight the disease.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a necessary shift toward tech adoption in residential construction, along with opportunities for builders to expand their horizons and understanding of tech applications.
84 Lumber, the nation’s largest privately-held building materials supplier, today announced that Bethany Cypher has been promoted to vice president of real estate & development.
Nation’s Best, the Dallas, Texas-based home improvement chain, has acquired Do it Best member BTU Do it Center located in Las Vegas, N.M.
US LBM has acquired Villaume Industries, a manufacturer of wood trusses for new residential and commercial construction and of custom wood crating, boxes and pallets in Minnesota.
While helping employees deal with any issue is always the best course of action, a new study shows that from a financial perspective it costs less to help people battling substance abuse than to let it go untreated.
Component manufacturers (CMs) are continually challenged with improving communication with customers and collaboration between teams.
The Army on Wednesday announced $1.1 billion will be invested in improving military housing by a company that manages residences at six bases across the country.