Business

Earlier this year, we announced the construction of a new $135 million softwood lumber production facility in Warrenton, Georgia. Today, we celebrated with a groundbreaking with local community members, government representatives and Georgia‐Pacific employees.

Minnesota-based distributor Arrow Building Center (ABC) has been acquired by private investment firms Angeles Equity Partners and Clearlake Capital Group through their portfolio company American Construction Source (ACS), the firms announced today.

Atlas Engineered Products Ltd, a supplier of engineered wood products, continues to grow via acquisitions and has struck a definitive agreement to buy Manitoba based  South Central Building Systems Ltd for $3.4 million.

Brian Johnson of Eastern Engineered Wood Products enlisted the help of SBCA Emerging Leader Jared Dix of Apex Truss to participate in a career fair for students from the Richmond, Virginia, area.

Government data shows that recordable injuries and illnesses in the private sector continued their drop in 2017, with 45,800 fewer cases among adult full-time equivalent (FTE) employees than there were in 2016.

Eastern Engineered Wood Products, a wholesale distributor of structural wood products used in residential and light-commercial construction, announces a new Distribution Center in Emporia, VA.

Clayton Properties Group, a division of Clayton Home Building Group and a Berkshire Hathaway company, today acquired nationally recognized Mungo Homes.

OSHA has changed course in its view of employers’ post-incident drug testing programs and injury rate-based incentive programs. In a Memorandum to Regional Administrators and State Designees published October 11, the Agency now says most of these types of programs do not run afoul of the anti-retaliation provisions

True Value Company and Carter Lumber announced today a new business partnership.

The Westervelt Company is expanding its wood products manufacturing business through the construction of a new facility that will produce Southern yellow pine lumber. The Thomasville Mill will join the company's existing facility in Moundville, Ala.