Industry News

After congressional efforts to enact the first major energy bill in nearly a decade sputtered last month, key House and Senate lawmakers signaled that another big push may rise from the ashes.

When one thinks of energy jobs, they may first picture someone fixing a wind turbine or installing a solar panel.

Designed by Oslo-based practice Nordic-Office of Architecture, the 115,000-square-meter expansion to Oslo Airport sets new standards in sustainability.

Boral Limited announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Headwaters Incorporated, a leading building products manufacturer and fly ash marketer in North America. 

Please join the Wisconsin Truss Manufacturer’s Association (WTMA) for the 3rd Annual Golf Tournament to benefit the Wisconsin Operation FINALLY HOME project on August 24.

We are pleased to introduce an intuitive tool to facilitate the process of ordering Alpine equipment's service parts.

In recent years, modular and prefab homes have shed any remaining stereotypes or preconceived notions buyers may have had about the potential for the building typology.

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Saturday that threats of retaliatory trade actions from Canadian officials "are inappropriate" and will not influence final U.S. import duty determinations.

The nation’s top workplace safety regulator has directed scores of companies to begin submitting their injury records, but with the impending deadline less than two months away, there is still no website.