SBCA Magazine

January/February Issue

The mission of the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA) Magazine is to increase the knowledge of and to promote the common interests of those engaged in manufacturing and distributing structural building components. Further, the SBCA Magazine strives to ensure growth, continuity and increased professionalism in our industry, and to be the information conduit by staying abreast of leading-edge issues. The magazine’s editorial focus is geared toward the entire structural building component industry, which includes the membership of the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA). 

SBCA turns 40 in 2023 and the first issue of the year celebrates this milestone. Included in this issue are articles on Don Thiel and his massive manufacturing plants, important updates to ANSI/TPI 1, and PJ Miller’s perspectives as a female plant manager for 84 Lumber.

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SBCA Magazine has always been available in print, and for the last few years in digital, and now you can consume the contents of SBCA Magazine...

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On May 7th, 1983, ten component manufacturers (CMs) from across the country met in a Dallas/Fort Worth airport hotel room and voted on a name for...

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2023 has a lot going on that you should know about

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Little is known about the world’s largest truss plant, and that’s just how the late Don Thiel wanted it.

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ANSI/TPI 1-2022 will benefit component manufacturers in the long term

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PJ Miller proves women can excel in the truss plant

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John Herring, CEO and founder of A-1 Industries, today announced the formation of A-1 Global Holdings, Inc., with 100% ownership of A-1 Industries...

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To scale up successfully, leadership needs to adopt certain principles

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Software can make a huge impact on maintenance efficiency

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Building a strong safety culture is a continual process

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The building code process can pay dividends if you’re proactive

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Now is the best time to evaluate your sales force needs

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