The Canadian dollar’s nosedive has disrupted North American lumber markets to the point that Canada is expected to face currency-induced pressure to make concessions in the next softwood lumber agreement with the United States.
SBCA has been accepted as an ICC preferred education provider, which will significantly increase exposure to the many training programs it has developed to educate architects, engineers, building officials and specifiers
Stevens & Wilkinson recently completed the engineering design for the University of South Carolina’s new Darla Moore School of Business, which is slated to achieve LEED Platinum designation from the U.S. Green Building Council later this year.
DuPont Industrial Biosciences and Archer Daniels Midland today said they have developed a “game-changing” technology — a process to develop a molecule that can be converted into several biobased chemicals and plastics.
More U.S. companies could be classified as "joint employers" of workers employed by a staffing agency or contractor and held liable for labor violations tied to those staff, says the U.S. Labor Department
A recent posting of old truss plates for sale on Craigslist raises awareness of a potential activity that no one in our industry would expect to take place and highlights the oddity of this occurrence.