SBCA Magazine

November/December

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). 

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2021 exposed the fragility of today’s supply chain

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Why its good to have everyone become a member

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2021 was a year of transition, 2022 will be a year of growth

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Why truss designers should have differential deflection in mind when reviewing their layouts

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How temp agencies and placement services can bolster your hiring process

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ZyTech’s incredible safety record is no accident

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“I know it sounds weird, but we really need to enjoy this season we are going through right now, because it isn’t going to last forever,” says Scott...

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“Be brave,” says Tony Acampa, technical team leader for Shelter Systems Limited.

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BCMC 2021 was full of networking opportunities, conversations on the latest innovations, education sessions full of best practices and good advice,...

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“When it comes down to it, we all do the same thing,” says Trevor Ebinger, general manager of Manion Lumber & Truss.

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“If a customer is open to wall panels, the first question you need to ask them is why,” says Dean Rana, owner of Truss Fab, LLC.

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“I think COVID forced a large portion of our industry to explore remote workers when they were neither willing nor prepared to do so,” says Casey...

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