Industry News

SBCA sends out weekly Industry News updates to provide insight into general industry news and trends to provide our readership a greater depth of industry knowledge on best practices and business management. If you would like to submit an item to Industry News, please email the submission to staff. Thank you!

Are you subscribed to SBCA Media Lists?

We recently updated our email mailing lists to include subscriptions to podcasts, webinars and more! Set up your free subscription or manage your preferences

Framing News Industry News Podcast : Building Connections Podcast : Component Connection Podcast : Lumber Connection SBCA Magazine SBCA Weekly Update Webinars

A-1 Industries announced today that David Blenker has resigned as Vice President of Operations of A-1 Industries of Georgia.

Read Post

Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, today announced the release of the Simpson Strong-Tie®...

Read Post

Grab a pen and paper and get ready to take notes, because SBCA’s Financial Management Concepts Training program is about to take your business...

Read Post

The SBCA/JBREC Structural Building Components Survey is the only survey that looks specifically at the state of the component manufacturing industry.

Read Post

In this episode, Rick Parrino, general manager of Plum Building Systems, a division of US LBM, helps celebrate the podcast’s 100th episode.

Read Post

Two consecutive solid monthly gains for builder confidence, spurred in part by easing mortgage rates, signal that the housing market may be turning...

Read Post

Drexel Building Supply, based in Campbellsport, Wisconsin, has been named to Energage program’s list of Top Workplaces.

Read Post

A Cascade business was among a large contingency of companies represented at a High Demand Skilled Trades event for area high school students, Feb....

Read Post

Although rising builder sentiment indicates a turning point for housing later this year, lackluster single-family production in January is a sign...

Read Post

The construction industry’s outlook for labor is bleak. In order to meet demand, contractors will need to hire an estimated 546,000 workers in 2023,...

Read Post

The U.S. Department of Labor today announced that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration will withdraw its proposal to reconsider and...

Read Post

After four consecutive declines, the producer price index (PPI) for inputs to residential construction less energy (i.e. building materials) rose...

Read Post