A national campaign is underway to change how workers’ compensation is disbursed. But its backers have had difficulty gaining a foothold in the American workplace.
The stage is set for Canada and the U.S. to gird for another costly, drawn-out softwood lumber trade battle.
BCMC 2016 opens this week at the Knoxville Convention Center. Opportunity Knox! Here are three good reasons you should answer.
After 38 years of unwavering determination to advance the state of truss component engineering and construction framing practices, David B. Brakeman, P.E., S.E. is will retire later this year.
New window step-by-step installation guides have been developed to help the industry follow best practices appropriate for a given window and foam sheathing application.
Utilizing airspace to provide an R-value in building assemblies is not straightforward.
In order to provide full context for previously published videos, the full ICC public hearing testimony on SBCA’s RB 69 can be heard in this nine-minute video.
Recent ICC testimony from the AWC appears to contradict test data and firefighter observations when it comes to expected 2x10 performance.
Longstanding NAHB policy supports SBCA's RB69 code change proposal, so SBCA asks why are they testifying against it?