SBCA Updates

Jess Lohse has been named Executive Director for the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA), starting September 8, 2020. 

SBCA and Qualtim are pleased to announce that Kirk Grundahl, P.E., has retired as the Executive Director of SBCA although he will continue his work in the structural building components industry through his affiliation with Qualtim.

Have you ever wanted to attend one of SBCA’s Open Quarterly Meetings (OQMs), but were reluctant to invest time and money before actually knowing the benefits?

In the brief video below, BCMC Co-Chair Greg Dahlstrom invites you into his home workplace and reminds you this current situation won't last forever.

During the three-day event, participants had the opportunity to network, share ideas, gather best practices on everything from manufacturing to leadership, and have some fun in a beautiful part of the country. 

Structural Building Components Association (SBCA) is excited to announce a collaboration with Forest Economic Advisors (FEA) on its Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference (IWBC), where SBCA is a is a sponsor for the event.

Are you having any issues in your component manufacturing plant? How about your market? If so, join us in San Diego for SBCA’s first Open Quarterly Meeting of 2019.

The beginning of SBCA/SBCRI’s new in-plant quality control (QC) and the SBCRI third-party inspection program will be will be on display at the SBCA/SBCRI booth (#906) at BCMC this week in Milwaukee.

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