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The Structural Building Components Association (SBCA) is pleased to announce its return to the National Mall in Washington, D.C. for the Innovative...

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Things may be a little different now, but change is inevitable and helps drive us forward!

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Greater involvement, exposure, and collaboration is in the works.

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The National Framers Council was back on the green!

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Net sawmill capacity in North America declined by 2% in 2023 as slowing lumber demand and over-production made their mark.

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Due to tightened monetary policy, the count of total job openings for the entire economy has trended lower over the last year, according to analysis...

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It’s not a surprise: Falls continue to be the leading cause of death in the construction industry.

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Associated Builders and Contractors announced the findings from its 2024 Safety Performance Report, an annual guide to construction jobsite health...

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OSHA has published final data on the agency’s Top 10 most frequently cited standards for fiscal year 2023.

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Federal workplace safety investigators have determined that a Tampa-area construction contractor could have prevented a 37-year-old aerial lift...

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As someone who’s navigated the construction world from multiple vantage points, I’ve come to see our current labor shortage not just as a challenge...

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With a nationwide shortage of roughly 1.5 million housing units that is making it increasingly difficult for American families to afford to purchase...

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