On Sunday, the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos will face-off for Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium - the first LEED Gold certified football stadium and one of the most energy efficient stadiums in the world. The $1.2 billion home of the San Francisco 49ers was the first stadium to open in the U.S. to achieve LEED Gold Status certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
Benz Inc., a manufacturer of machining heads for the wood, plastics, composites and metalworking industries, has announced that it will be holding a Heavy Metal Sale to commemorate the company’s upcoming expansion and relocation from Charlotte to Hickory, North Carolina.
Custom Cupboards CEO Mael Hernandez has announced that Ronnie Terrell has been named division manager for the company’s final assembly and shipping departments. Terrell will be responsible for developing procedures and leading employees so that products are manufactured on-schedule and within quality standards and cost objectives.
MONTREAL, Quebec — Arborite is bringing its laminate experience to the residential sector with Maison, a new family of products designed for the kitchen. Maison, which launches across both the United States and Canada in 2016, will be the umbrella for curated lines focused on the residential consumer and specifically, the kitchen.
Revisiting it's 2012 takeover attempt, home improvement giant Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) will now acquire and RONA inc. (TSX: RON), and merge it with Lowe's Canada to create a C$5.6 billion giant that overshadows The Home Depot Canada.
Besse Forest Products Group has been asked to pay $76,000 for OSHA violations, including one which resulted in the partial amputation of a 58-year-old employee's finger at a company-owned veneer plant.
Retail millwork specialists are seeing their livelihood threatened as consumers continue to buy more online. Chicago-based mall operator General Growth Properties thinks web-only retailers will build real stores not just for sales, but for returns.