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Housing starts opened 2024 on a sour note.

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SBCA Director, Jess Lohse, discusses recent staff changes and new hires along with updates on the IBS Show.

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The market remains steady as prices continue a very slow upward trend.

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SBCA Director, Jess Lohse, discusses the strategic plan, staff updates, and industry innovation.

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Due to tightened monetary policy, the count of total job openings for the entire economy has trended lower in recent months.

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For those trying to manage construction costs in the U.S. market, relief is always just out of reach.

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A new year brings a change in direction from the U.S. Department of Labor in its recently issued Final Rule regarding classification of workers as...

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It’s been another whirlwind year for the construction industry, and technology wasn’t a calming influence.

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As safety professionals look to build or strengthen safety cultures throughout their enterprises, drive continuous improvement, improve...

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During the peak of summer in 2023, a concrete finisher collapsed at a Huntsville construction site after showing clear signs of heat illness, a...

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A construction project without a dispute is nearly inconceivable. 

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Lumber is on the move and the market feels solid as prices creep up slightly.

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