Framing News

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Wood Protection Technologies, Inc. offers a suite of robust, factory applied topical coatings that stabilize wood fiber and protect framing packages from moisture, fire, insects and decay.

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Despite the differences in where the budget is weighted, every contractor, no matter its specialty, is vulnerable to cost overruns.

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Scott Ketcham is the new director of OSHA’s Directorate of Construction.

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For the ninth consecutive year, Fall Protection – General Requirements is OSHA’s most frequently cited standard, the agency and Safety+Health announced at the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo.

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While the national spotlight has been Uber and Lyft in light of California’s recent “gig-worker” bill, the issue of work classification is an important subject for all business owners to understand.

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Networking with and learning from others were top highlights from NFC’s inaugural Framer Summit last year in Milwaukee.

- Industry News, Framing News

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

- Industry News, Framing News

The lead architect at Katerra, the Silicon Valley startup that aims to revolutionize home building, has joined five other renowned industry experts who will deliver keynote addresses at the Industrialized Wood-Based Construction (IWBC) Conference in Boston on Nov. 4-6, IWBC’s organizers announced.

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The short answer is no, not according to the law. Why? Because the building official does not have jurisdiction over professional engineers. They only have authority with respect to enforcing the specific provisions of the building code that has been adopted into law.