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In this episode, Todd Tomalak, principal of building products at Zonda, headquartered in Newport Beach, California, briefly shares how Zonda...

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This special edition is taken from the live recording of the Lumber Connection podcast at BCMC in Columbus, Ohio, on September 14. Larry, Ken and...

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With some uncertainty heading into the start of 2023, lumber market activity has softened, though it has remained active.

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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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Construction input prices declined 0.9% in November compared to the previous month, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors analysis of...

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Walking down the assembly line as the bell dings, marking a lunch break, Ken Semler points to a man carefully sealing the frame of a house with foam...

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A worker at the Cadiz Farmer’s Market construction site in downtown Cadiz was flown to a Nashville hospital after the frame of the structure...

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