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Watch a video of the 40 year history of SBCA supporting the component manufacturing industry.

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Elevated mortgage rates and challenging affordability conditions pushed new home sales down to their weakest rate since March.

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Available inventory of homes for sale is on the rise in late September, which is very unusual for this time of year, according to a new report...

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NAHB today commended Reps. Chuck Edwards (R-N.C.) and Donald Norcross (D-N.J.) for introducing the Promoting Resilient Buildings Act (H.R. 5473), a...

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Podcast host Ashley Boeckholt and guest Greg Kuta were both speakers at BCMC|FS 2023 and shared their extensive knowledge of the U.S. lumber market...

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In this episode, Russ Taylor, owner of Russ Taylor Global, talks about global wood fiber supply, how it impacts North American softwood lumber...

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

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A federal workplace safety and health investigation has determined a Hialeah roofing contractor could have prevented a 28-year-old employee's fatal...

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Demand for construction workers is at an all-time high. An Associated General Contractors of America survey last year revealed that 91% of...

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In light of statistics showing construction workers are almost four times more likely than the average American to die from suicide, a contractor...

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As House Republicans force a fight over federal spending, it’s looking increasingly likely that Congress will not pass bills that fund federal...

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The U.S. Department of Labor today announced that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration has awarded approximately $12.7 million in...

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