SBCA Magazine

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). 

The March/April issue looks at how changes to ANSI/TPI 1-2022 will impact top chord-bearing truss design. In addition, the magazine looks at the workforce impact of increased automation, as well as the value SBCA’s new Education Committee will bring to the industry.

View the digital edition of SBCA Magazine's 2024 March/April issue.
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Top chord-bearing trusses have several advantages building designers should know about.

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Finding the right salesperson is possible, it just may require a little more training.

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Things may be a little different now, but change is inevitable and helps drive us forward!

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Greater involvement, exposure, and collaboration is in the works.

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The advantages and benefits of floor trusses.

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Understanding lumber grading and stamps is critical to a CM’s success

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Yet, the mission of the magazine has remained steadfast.

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SBCA has a lot of momentum right now with the support of its board of directors

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Why wall panels simultaneously frustrate and excite me

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A look at top chord-bearing truss design provision enhancements in ANSI/TPI 1-2022

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A closer look at how automation impacts your workforce and their skill sets

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SBCA’s new focus on education will greatly benefit its members

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