Shining Example of Supplier Support Shown by CLP Systems

Originally published by: CLP SystemsApril 20, 2016

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Over the past few years, we all have been affected by the shortage of skilled labor and rise in anchor issues on wood frame multi-family projects. With recent urbanization, taller structures, and larger slab loads – construction is experiencing higher demands on budgets, product capabilities, deadlines, and skilled labor. It is during these demanding times that innovation and new approaches to construction are developed to help us move our industry forward. At CLP Systems, we are thankful to offer the continuous rod tie-down solution that is changing the approach to shear wall anchoring. Rod systems are proving to be easier to design, quicker to install, and more cost effective on both material and labor.

As a company looking to help better our industry and promote change, we’ve recently partnered with the National Framers Council to continue the pursuit of innovative solutions and promotion of standard practices across the U.S.  We ask our partners and friends to join CLP Systems and The National Framers Council as we continue to seek new solutions and approaches to the modern era of wood frame construction.

 

Enjoy this short promotional video of NFC (embedded above). The company also endorsed NFC's FrameSAFE Program in a recent news item to its customers.

Editor's Note: The National Framers Council is a Council of the Structural Building Components Association.
 

 

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