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Wilson Lumber Company is pleased to announce several organizational changes as they continue to grow in Alabama’s fastest-growing housing market.

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Fulfilling its commitment to make cross-laminated timber (CLT) available to the US market, Hundegger is pleased to report it is on pace to deliver...

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Howard shares his observations on the benefits of being engaged with NAHB on building codes and technical issues, as well as working through NAHB to...

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Three construction contractors might have prevented the death of a 31-year-old laborer who suffered fatal injuries after falling while installing...

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Construction industry employment (both residential and non-residential) totaled 7.9 million and exceeds its February 2020 level.

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Two roofing workers dead – victims of preventable workplace falls in New York – both in the month of February – the first in 2019 in Kameisha...

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On January 26, OSHA announced new enforcement guidance  changes which can "save lives and hold employers to greater account for safety and health...

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Apprenticeship programs can help reduce on-the-job injuries, according to the results of a study from a Washington State Department of Labor &...

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The housing recession that began in 2022 will bleed into 2023 as elevated inflation and mortgage rates, coupled with stubbornly high building...

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Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, today announced the official appointment of current...

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Private residential construction spending declined 0.3% in December 2022, as spending on single-family construction dropped 2.3% amid higher...

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After a bit of a slow start to 2023, buyers are back in the market and sharing that business is ramping up.

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