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“It’s 2021 and everyone is used to shopping online,” says Keith Kylmala, owner of Kylmala Truss, who recently used SBCA’s new online store.

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Investing in a membership of a trade association like SBCA is all about the return on investment (ROI).

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For decades, SBCA’s online training programs have always been a valuable resource to component manufacturers (CMs).

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In late 2019, SBCA created the first multi-year strategic plan in its almost 40-year history.

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On the last morning of BCMC, I realized that I had seen nothing of the show’s beckoning surroundings.

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While the power remains in the hands of the lumber buyer, trading is starting to heat up with many species, grades, and sizes.

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Dolly Penland, owner of Business Results, LLC, and a workforce expert who has consulted the component manufacturing industry for years, talks about...

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A federal administrative law judge has upheld citations and penalties against a Denver roofing contractor for ignoring federal requirements to...

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Total payroll employment rose by 235,000 in August, marking a significant slowdown from the previous month.

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While the hazards most often associated with workplace deaths in the U.S. construction industry – falling, being struck-by or crushed by equipment...

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Michelle Walker knows construction. It’s been her life, growing up in a small Canadian oil town where her father was a contractor, to now, working...

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The fire consumed the hillside, charring trees and bushes and homes on its way to devastating 70,000 acres in northern California.

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