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DMSi’s Building Results

Building Results CRM is made for the building materials industry. Industry-specific terminology, pipeline stages, and KPIs make it a platform designed for sales reps...


TandoStone is available in two styles: Stacked Stone (shown) which features a dry stack profile without grout lines between the stones, and Creek Ledgestone...
McCoy's Building Supply managers

McCoy’s Building Supply names two new store managers

McCoy’s Building Supply recently named two new store managers: Tyler Louis in Palestine, Texas, and Julio Lopez in Carlsbad, N.M.
construction jobs

Unemployment falls to 3.5% in September

In September, the unemployment rate declined 0.2 percentage points to 3.5%. It was the lowest rate since December 1969.
nonresidential construction spending

Nonresidential construction spending down in August

Private nonresidential spending fell 1% on a monthly basis and is down 2.8% compared to the same time last year.

Lumber Buddy Portable Workstation offers products and services geared toward LEAN-Continuous Improvement. The company promotes BOSS Strapping products and tools as well as L-M Equipment, Ltd Saw...
single-family house build

Single-family house builds average 7.7 months

According to analysis by the National Association of Home Builders, the time from authorization to completion varies across the nation and depends on the geographic location, metropolitan status, and whether the house is built for sale or custom-built.
Paul Wainman

Leadership evolution at Hancock Lumber

LBM Journal has learned that Paul Wainman will become president of Hancock Lumber effective January, 2020.
Forge Lumber

Forge Lumber acquisition leads U.S. LBM into Ohio

US LBM acquired Forge Lumber from the Steinman family, and President John Steinman will continue in his current role with the company.
Simpson strong Tie Carter Work Project

Simpson Strong-Tie supports Carter Work Project

Along with monetary and product donations, Simpson Strong-Tie will send 17 volunteers from its Gallatin, Tenn., and Columbus, Ohio, facilities.

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