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Builders FirstSource today announced that it has acquired National Lumber, the largest independent building materials supplier in New England.

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The failure of domestic sawmills to sufficiently boost output in the face of ongoing strong home buyer demand was a primary factor that contributed...

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2021 exposed the fragility of today’s supply chain

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Why its good to have everyone become a member

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2021 was a year of transition, 2022 will be a year of growth

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Why truss designers should have differential deflection in mind when reviewing their layouts

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How temp agencies and placement services can bolster your hiring process

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ZyTech’s incredible safety record is no accident

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DHS announced a temporary final rule to make available an additional 20,000 H-2B temporary nonagricultural worker visas for fiscal year (FY) 2022.

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Lumber futures on a continuous contract basis have soared 95% since November 15 when prices started steadily climbing.

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Canada’s federal government has announced it will be filing a challenge of the United States’ recent decision to impose duty on Canadian softwood...

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Building materials producer Simpson Manufacturing Co said on Wednesday it had agreed to buy European peer Etanco Group for about $818 million.

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