BMC Stock Holdings state they are, “a leading provider of diversified lumber and building materials and solutions to new construction builders and professional remodelers in the U.S.,” recently announced they had acquired Heritage One Door & Carpentry.

US LBM Holdings, LLC, a leading distributor of specialty building materials in the United States, has acquired Forge Lumber, which operates locations in Cincinnati and nearby Kentucky.

Katerra, a technology company redefining the construction industry, announced that Matthew Marsh has been appointed as chief financial officer, Lisa Picard has joined as a director of Katerra’s Board, and Mollie Fadule has joined as head of affordable housing.

Woodworking machinery giant Stiles Machinery is teaming up with Hundegger, a German leader in machines and systems for timber log processing, in hopes of becoming a single-source solution for the entire North American mass timber and prefabricated housing industries.

Universal Forest Products has acquired Hartford, Wisconsin-based Pallet USA, LLC, company announced.

Atlas Engineered Products is pleased to announce significant product expansions at its Satellite Building Components facility in Merrickville, Ontario.

The door shop, which is off Parham Road, will be turned into a manufacturing facility for components used to build a house, such as roof trusses and wall panels.

Shelly’s Building Supply and Universal Supply, divisions of national building products distributor US LBM, have partnered to co-brand the company’s Kimberton, Pa. location and expand its selection to include roofing and siding products.

ACS American Construction Source (“ACS”), a leading national building materials platform for custom home builders and repair and remodel contractors, backed by Angeles Equity Partners, LLC (“Angeles”) and Clearlake Capital Group, L.P. (together with its affiliates “Clearlake”), announced the acquisition of Contractor’s Truss Systems (“CTS”), located in Cotter, Arkansas.

UEB Builders, a general contractor specializing in commercial and residential projects, and Fortune-Johnson (F-J) General Contractors, a construction company specializing primarily in multifamily residential projects, have been acquired by Katerra, a technology company redefining the construction industry.