Clayton Properties Group, a division of Clayton Home Building Group and a Berkshire Hathaway company, today acquired nationally recognized Mungo Homes.
A binational panel has been formed to review the battle between Canada and the United States over softwood lumber, with three Canadians and two Americans appointed to make a ruling under NAFTA’s contentious Chapter 19 dispute-resolution mechanism.
The weathering testing that is taking place and is covered through this series of articles is critical to answer the questions that component manufacturers have about trusses that have been left outside.
Alpine announces the availability of IntelliVIEW software suite version 18.02.00, highlighting new designer efficiency tools and competitive engineering features, building on a history of engineering excellence in the industry’s most powerful component design and management software.
On November 2, SBCA’s West Florida Chapter (WFC) presented to regional building officials. During the meeting, the chapter gave a presentation entitled, “How to Read Truss Documentation,” and hosted a Q&A session afterward.
OSHA has changed course in its view of employers’ post-incident drug testing programs and injury rate-based incentive programs. In a Memorandum to Regional Administrators and State Designees published October 11, the Agency now says most of these types of programs do not run afoul of the anti-retaliation provisions
The Westervelt Company is expanding its wood products manufacturing business through the construction of a new facility that will produce Southern yellow pine lumber. The Thomasville Mill will join the company's existing facility in Moundville, Ala.
Canfor Corporation announces it has entered into an agreement to purchase Elliott Sawmilling Co., Inc. located in Estill, South Carolina for a purchase price of US$110 million, which includes normalized working capital.