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Reflecting the unprecedented housing shortages across the United States in the post-pandemic market, U.S. vacancy rates hit their lowest readings in...

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Downshifting its pace of tightening of monetary policy, the Federal Reserve raised the federal funds target rate by 50 basis points, increasing that...

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Nation’s Best has announced the addition of Forslund Building Supply, serving the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and northern Wisconsin, to its family...

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Over the first ten months of 2022, the total number of single-family permits issued year-to-date (YTD) nationwide reached 865,815.

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Home builder sentiment decreased in December, marking 12-straight months of declines.

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In this episode, Adam Finkenhoefer, general manager of the 84 Lumber component facility in Oxford, Georgia, gives his perspective on the benefits of...

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Employment in the overall construction sector rose by 20,000 in November, following a 9,000 gain in October. Residential construction gained 3,900...

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Twice in six days in June 2022, federal safety inspectors observed a Middlefield roofing contractor exposing workers to deadly fall hazards at two...

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No one wants an unsafe workplace, but it’s easy for employees to forget how important things like hard hats, hand protection and reflective gear can...

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Keeping temporary workers safe is always an issue. To address this an article on NIOSH’s Science blog offers some research ideas and resources on...

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Winter weather can present extreme safety challenges for workers on home building jobsites, both outside and within the structure.

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2022 has been a mixed bag for the U.S. construction industry.

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