Industry News

A decade after billions of mountain pine beetles chewed their way through British Columbia's lodgepole pine forest, the Interior timber supply has begun a dramatic drop.

The 100-year-old building at First and Wright streets in downtown La Salle is getting a no-holds-barred makeover. The trusses are made of heavy lumber and designed to support a roof over a large space without columns.

Christopher Gould has announced he is retiring from the company he started in 2006, Gould Design, Inc., and has appointed Bill Hoover as his successor.

Many new changes in OSHA regulations become effective in 2017 and educating members is our primary goal here at SBCA.

Installing a JM polyiso creates a band of continual insulation, and moves the dew point to about half way into its foam core, well out of the wall cavity.

Spray foam is now being used by a diverse number of industries. Farmers and ranchers have begun to see how SPF can drastically change their operations as well.

Gaco Western shattered the spray foam isocyanate ceiling at SPFA this week with our new patented GacoCanary, the first isocyanate-free spray foam.

The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) has announced that Bill Good has retired after 28 years as the organization’s CEO and 41 years of service. Reid Ribble officially succeeds Good as CEO.

Matthew Beaton, the state’s secretary of energy and environmental affairs, built the first "passive house" in Massachusetts, which needs no furnace and almost no heating or cooling at all.