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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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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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A Philadelphia framing contractor faces $269,594 in proposed penalties after the company was again found exposing employees to deadly fall hazards...

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A recent study of residential construction supervisors in Oregon who received toolbox talks via text messages showed that their compliance...

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The count of open, unfilled jobs for the overall economy increased in September, rising from 10.3 million open positions to 10.71 million.

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North Carolina builders have accelerated efforts to encourage students to explore the many job opportunities available in the skilled trades.

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An increasing number of multifamily projects are incorporating offsite construction, as more developers take advantage of its quicker timelines,...

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In today's uncertain marketplace, businesses are being forced to re-evaluate their working capital needs.

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Contractors across the U.S. have recently expressed concern about completing prospective construction projects due to a nationwide concrete shortage.

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Private residential construction spending was virtually unchanged in September, with spending on single-family construction dropping just 2.6%.

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With a mill strike at an end, there is an expectation there will eventually be more western SPF available in the market.

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Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a 15-day extension of the comment period for its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM), Employee or...

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