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Ways Home Builders Can Manage Material Availability Risk

As global and domestic supply chains are affected by the pandemic, home builders can take steps to help minimize builder risk and improve operations

Using Conventional Materials to Reduce Embodied Carbon Footprint

Builders for Climate Action have found that embodied carbon accounted for an outsized portion of greenhouse gas emiss

Windows Into the Future: Fenestration Trends and Technologies

New technologies help meet demand for larger, more durable, and better-performing fenestration products and systems

Are You Getting a Good Deal on Your Purchasing?

A little due diligence and a total-cost mindset go a long way to determining if you’re getting a good deal on your purchasing

Two Tree Species Native to the Northeast Found Suitable for CLT

Two tree species native to the Northeast have been found to be structurally sound for use in cross-laminated timber (

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