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Custom millwork and specialty wood product maker Creative Woodworking Northwest was issued an $8,900 fine for "willfully failing to ensure face coverings were worn inside its millwork shop."
Rapidly growing building materials company US LBM has announced another acquisition: J.P Hart Lumber and Harts Components of Texas. US LBM now operates 65 locations in Texas.
The North Carolina Building Code council says that European lumber does not meet N.C. building code requirements and, in some cases, could cause catastrophic failures in wall, floor, and roof framing.
Lumber prices have fallen below $1,000 per thousand board feet for the first time since March. Prices have now dropped 40 percent since May's record high.
Wood industry professional needed to teach Wisconsin technical college’s wood program
BID Group, a company that specializes in building turnkey sawmills from scratch, will construct Canfor’s recently announced $160 million sawmill in Beauregard Parish, Louisiana.
The Variety Woodworker, from toolmaker Greenlee, was built in the early 1900s and is the only machine of its kind to still exist.
We have officially crowned 32-year-old Zack Schaffer as the winner of our annual Young Wood Pro competition.