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Three times in four months, federal safety inspectors observed workers employed by a Calumet City roofing contractor exposed to deadly fall hazards...

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The dramatic run-up of home building costs over the past two years, coupled with rising mortgage rates, has worsened the housing affordability...

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Drexel Building Supply today announced they have agreed in principle to merge with McMahon and Company, a leading supplier of doors and millwork in...

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By now you’ve probably heard the news: McDonald’s announced that it’s launching a new chain of upscale steakhouses that will go head-to-head with...

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Elevated mortgage rates, high construction costs for concrete and other building materials, and weakening demand stemming from deteriorating...

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Over the first nine months of 2022, the total number of single-family permits issued year-to-date (YTD) nationwide reached 800,424.

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Calvin Hall, consummate truss and business entrepreneur, passed away after a long illness on November 17, 2022.

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In this episode, Issam Fakhoury and Tom Closser, owners of Apex Structural Innovation in Romulus, Michigan, discuss how their company grew out of...

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Supply continues to remain strong against demand, but lumber curtailments will likely kick in soon which may have a slight impact.

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Time and again, executives state they are having problems finding enough qualified people to staff all the needed positions within their company.

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NAHB analysis of information published in Builder Magazine’s annual Local Leaders lists shows that large builders gained market share across all...

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Housing affordability fell to its lowest level since the NAHB began tracking it on a consistent basis in 2012 as rising mortgage rates, ongoing...

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