NAHB’s longstanding battle to maintain consistent and consistently priced sources of lumber for our members is gaining visibility in the press as your association hammers home the fallout from the trade dispute between the United States and Canada: Higher prices for home buyers.
The American Council for Construction Education provides two annual scholarships to support students who are interested in pursuing teaching opportunities in the field.
Throughout National Designation Month, NAHB has shined a spotlight on some of its successful graduates. Before we call it a wrap, we’d like to introduce you to one more of our accomplished designees: Angela Harris, MIRM, president and principal creative director of TRIO Environments in Denver.
“Construction is dangerous, but it doesn’t have to be that way if we include safety first and foremost in our operations,” said Tony Lombardi, director of safety at Centennial Contractors Enterprises Inc., a Reston, Va. consulting firm. He has five tips for promoting safety with employees, subcontractors and suppliers.
Builders looking for U.S.-grown sources of softwood lumber have a new choice – Norway Spruce grown in New England, New York and the Great Lakes region.
Guest blogger Eric Tilden, NAHB Program Manager for Sustainability and Green Building, is back with another post about his volunteer work with Engineers without Borders. It’s the motto for the 75th anniversary of NAHB: “We build communities.” For the good part of a century, NAHB and its members have been recognized as leaders of building […]
NAHB Chair Granger MacDonald issued the following statement regarding the joint resolution of disapproval introduced in the House today.