Attendees from across the country converged on San Diego, CA for a week of discussion about critical industry topics, mixed with some fun as a battle amongst members ensued on the shuffleboard courts.
Tim Carter is currently in Bar Harbor, ME to help install the mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) and evaluate how smoothly this goes with industrialized framing techniques. In coordination with SBCA, Tim is sharing his perspective at each step of this home project to help educate the readers of his syndicated column on the value of building using componentized framing techniques.
Universal Forest Products, Inc. today announced that one of its affiliates has signed an agreement to purchase the operating assets of Wolverine Wood Products, Inc.
BMC Stock Holdings, Inc., one of the leading providers of diversified building products, services and innovative solutions in the U.S. residential construction market, today announced record results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2018.
Cascade Manufacturing was founded more than 60 years ago. Through the decades, multiple generations of the Noonan family have served the business.
“(Building officials) are educators more than we are administrators. If we do the education thoroughly, administration is easy,” says Roger Axel, a longtime building official and valued partner of the Structural Building Components Association.
Jim Vogt, SBCA’s technical director, gave a webinar on Building Component Safety Information (BCSI) to about 30 attendees comprised of management staff and compliance officers from areas throughout the New England area on February 6, 2019.
Heavy rains, high humidity, and large temperature drops at night create a perfect place to store trusses if the goal is to potentially damage trusses from weather exposure. This was the thought process SBCRI followed in order to select locations for the weathering testing program.
The QC Committee met last week at the SBCA OQM to discuss progress in the Digital Quality Control program and the testing programs underway that will provide data to support the assessment of plated joint quality per ANSI/TPI 1 Chapter 3.