SBCA is sponsoring and exhibiting at the Industrialized Wood-Based Construction Conference (IWBC) in Boston November 4th-6th at the Westin Boston Waterfront.
As hundreds of component manufacturers, suppliers, and others converge on Columbus, Ohio this week for BCMC, we want to keep those who are unable to attend up-to-speed on what is taking place.
When you’re walking the show floor at BCMC this week, make sure to stop by SBCA’s booth, staff would like to know what is happening in your business, your life and gain the benefit of your point of view, so we can serve well!
Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, will bring a suite of adaptive, collaborative software and service offerings to the 2019 Building Component Manufacturers Conference (BCMC) October 22–25 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio.
Wood framing remains the most dominant construction method for single-family homes in the U.S., according to NAHB analysis of Census Bureau data.
Metal plate connected (MPC) wood trusses manufactured by component manufacturers (CMs) are primarily dependent on two material inputs: lumber and metal connector plates.
The American building community of developers, architects, engineers, contractors and building construction firms are currently facing a multitude of challenges that require urgent attention.
Donny Kirkland, Alpine TrusSteel’s longtime associate, recently passed away after a brief illness. Like so many of those in the cold-formed steel truss industry who cut their “truss” teeth in wood components, Donny was no exception.
When large groups of students gather and dance, it can create loading conditions neither intended nor anticipated by the building designer.