SBCA Magazine

September/October 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). 

This issue shares how a Wisconsin LBM is fully embracing the capabilities of offsite construction. In addition, this issue contains best practices for hiring teenagers to address labor shortages and design tips for ensuring adequate truss bearing area.

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It’s been an incredible year for our industry and for the association.

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SBCA accomplished a lot this year, but it's only the beginning!

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…but the story behind the development of SBCA’s Digital QC is alluring.

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SBCA’s new Digital QC drastically improves a dated process.

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It wasn’t difficult for Trussway to exchange its homegrown approach for SBCA’s Digital QC.

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SBCRI’s virtual third-party quality assurance approach offers efficiency and value.

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You never know where a conversation will lead

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SBCA is a good vehicle to bigger things

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SBCA is increasing the value it offers to members

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With big homes come big challenges and EBD is prepared to meet them.

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What Cal Jureit was to the truss plate business, his customer Dick Rotto was to the apartment truss business.

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