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Mead Lumber Company today announced the purchase of Component Manufacturing Company and Reaves Buildings of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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NAHB analysis of Census Construction Spending data shows that private residential construction spending rose 1.2% in October, after a dip in...

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After 45 years at Cascade Lumber, John Noonan became the last of the founder’s four sons to retire from the business founded in 1953 by Ray Noonan...

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Power struggles lie beneath the closure of proptech unicorn Veev, a company founded by Israeli entrepreneurs that raised hundreds of millions of...

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Virginia Tech hopes a new grant will help it streamline construction in order to address the affordable housing crisis in Central Appalachia.

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SBCA Director Jess Lohse talks about wall panels and the upcoming board meeting.

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Fall Protection – General Requirements (1926.501) was OSHA’s most frequently cited standard in fiscal year 2023.

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The most recent release of the Census Bureaus’ Survey of Market Absorption of New Multifamily Units (SOMA) reported that of the 99,290 unfurnished,...

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The world is not a very safe place to live in right now.

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Across the 48 states which reported construction sector jobs data—which includes both residential as well as non-residential construction— 22 states...

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The construction industry scores the dubious distinction of having among the most and costliest lawsuits.

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The Home Builders Institute continues to expand its trades training programs into secondary schools across the country with generous funding from...

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