Industry Announcements

Don't Miss Tuesday's Workshop to Address Labor Challenge

Register today for Tuesday's SBCA Annual Workshop with SBCA Legal Counsel Kent Pagel.

Safety Program Helps CMs Comply with Dec. 1 OSHA Deadline

SBCA's Operation Safety program will help CMs comply with OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), which has a training deadlines of Dec. 1, 2013.

Head of Simpson Strong-Tie to Retire in 2014

Simpson Strong-Tie president and CEO Phillip Terry Kingsfather will retire on July 1, 2014.

CM's Three Plant Tours Build Valuable Community Relationships

SBCA Members are working in their communities every day to connect themselves locally by creating jobs, contributing to healthy local economies and forming valuable relationships.

Dec 10 Workshop to Address Labor Challenge

Register today for the next SBCA Annual Workshop, Regulatory Compliance: Winning this Workforce Challenge with SBCA Legal Counsel Kent Pagel on Tuesday, December 10.

A Big 'Thank You!' to our Veterans

Veterans, everyone here at SBCA and SBC Magazine want to thank you for your military service and personal sacrifice.

Dermer's Lifelong Commitment to Industry Awarded

The Structural Building Components Association (SBCA) named Jack Dermer its 2013 Hall of Fame inductee. The award honors an individual who has contributed significantly to the advancement of both SBCA and the component industry in a meaningful and beneficial manner.

Manenti Embodies Best of Industry Leadership

Tom Manenti, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MiTek Industries, Inc., received the 2013 SBC Industry Leadership Award. The award honors an individual who has helped nurture, support and grow the structural components industry.

Kannapell Recognized for His Dedication & Integrity

Joe Kannapell was named the winner of the 2013 Dick Bowman Industry Enthusiast Award. Kannapell was nominated by SBCA members and BCMC exhibitors for the award, 

TX Engineers Must Complete Criminal Background Checks

In the state of Texas, there is a new requirement that all engineers who renew an active professional engineering license, and all new applicants for licensure in the state, complete a one-time Criminal History Record Check.