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Rising mortgage rates and elevated construction costs put a damper on new home sales last month.

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The lack of skilled construction labor is a key limiting factor to expanding home construction and improving housing inventory and affordability.

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Over 140 component manufacturers, suppliers, and guests attended SBCA’s summer Open Quarterly Meeting (OQM) in Buffalo, New York, July 25-27.

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Watch as Executive Director Jess Lohse gives an update on SBCA events and activities.

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The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a notice of proposed rulemaking to clarify the personal protective equipment standard for the...

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The CISC’s Response to Agency Questions on Leading Indicators In the construction industry, it can be challenging to clearly define the most...

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Average hourly earnings for residential building workers* rose at a slower pace in May, after more than a year of strong gains.

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A record heat wave is causing the mercury to hit triple digits on many jobsites across the country.

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In 2022, Associated Builders and Contractors member contractors invested more than $1.5 billion to provide nearly 1.3 million course attendees with...

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In an effort to reduce instances of work-related musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs, the National Safety Council, awarded nearly $275,000 through...

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In a move strongly opposed by NAHB, House Republican appropriators are proposing to eliminate the Department of Labor’s Job Corps program as part of...

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Construction documents (CDs) are one of the most critical elements of any building project but what exactly are CDs, who creates them, and why are...

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