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The last thing Dean Rana, owner of Truss Fab in Glendale, Arizona, wants his employees in the yard to do is pick up lumber over their heads, or spend all day bending over and lifting things up from off the ground, he explains in his SBCA Component Connection podcast.

Although I'm an architect by training, I've worked for nine years as a sustainability consultant on low-rise multifamily projects.

A former owner of a dissolved Florida construction company is now facing prison time for failing to prevent a worker's death.

Pressure treating—which involves putting lumber inside a pressurized watertight tank and forcing chemicals into the boards—has been used for more than a century to help stave off the fungus that causes wood rot in wet environments.

The International Code Council’s 2021 building codes cycle was moving along as expected, but a last-minute wave of newly-registered voters appears to have derailed the online vote in what appears to be a concerted effort to impact the code development process.

The Trump administration imposed new trade tariffs of 25 percent on steel derivative articles (i.e. nails, wire, staples and stampings) imported from all countries except Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea.

84 Lumber today announced Ken Kucera will now be the Vice President of Installed Sales and Manufacturing.

PulteGroup, Inc. announced that it has acquired Innovative Construction Group (ICG), a leading off-site solutions provider focused on single family and multifamily wood framed construction.

SBCA’s Component Marketing Toolbox hosts a wide variety of evergreen marketing materials that can help any component manufacturer promote structural building components in their marketplace.

The first day of work should be exciting for a young teenager. For one Alabama teen, it was also his last.

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