As we discussed in 2001, change really means opportunity. The best way to do this is to first self-assess all aspects of our business and ask what are the key business fundamentals that one is really good at.
One of the most important aspects of BCMC is the peer-to-peer sharing of ideas and best practices from around the industry. Here are some of the best!
The American Lumber Standard Committee, Incorporated (ALSC) has approved definition changes to the terms “design values” and “grade.” These are important for component manufacturers, and all users of structural softwood lumber, to know.
This past year, we published a series of articles that illustrate component manufacturers’ (CM) position within the construction industry supply chain and how information flows between parties within the supply chain.
SBCA participated in the Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference (IWBC) held in Boston November 4th-6th.
surviving construction defect litigation.
Better understanding of project
nuances can lead to an improved design.