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Pisgah National Forest, North Carolina — 84 Lumber associates joined the U.S. Forest Service and the North Carolina Forest Service at the harvesting...

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Simple Homes, a Denver-based technology-enabled offsite framing subcontractor, has acquired Rigid Component Systems, the oldest independent roof and...

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Florida-based Tibbetts Lumber Co. LLC has acquired the assets of Pensacola, Florida-based D & M Truss Co. as of Nov. 4, 2022.

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Builders FirstSource, Inc. today reported its results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2022.

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Matt Panella is a third generation carpenter from Central California that showcases new construction home building.

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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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In this episode, Shane Soule, president of ProTec Panel and Truss in Bremen, Indiana, shares how his company seeks to both increase framer...

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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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US LBM, a leading distributor of specialty building materials in the United States, has acquired Comtech, a manufacturer and supplier of structural...

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Teague began operations in 2002, and has grown to be the #2 market leader in the Kansas City area.

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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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Higher interest rates are pricing out some (not all) buyers, but also transforming remaining prospects into active buyers.

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