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Labor + Trade Relations

Skilled Labor Shortages Remain a Top Concern for Construction Industry

More than 700,000 new construction workers are needed each year to satisfy current measures of housing demand

Single-Family Homes

Supply-Chain Roadblocks Led to Longer Build Times in 2022

Single-family homes took longer to complete in 2022 due to persistent supply-chain issues and labor shortages

Market Data + Trends

What Will It Take to Resolve a Housing Deficit of 4.3 Million Homes?

Household formation continues to outpace new-home construction, but home builders alone can't resolve the nation's widening housing deficit 

Education + Training

Arizona Middle Schoolers Get Hands-On Building Experience

TRF Camp Build is empowering young Arizona students and teaching them about careers in the skilled trades

Building Materials

Construction Prices Post Third Consecutive Monthly Decline

Residential construction costs are declining, but prices for some building materials continue to reach new highs


The Ripple Effect of a Decline in Housing Starts

Exclusive Research: A drop-off in key U.S. counties has a big impact on the housing sector

Education + Training

Alabama HBA Introduces Local Boys & Girls Club to Skilled Trade Opportunities

More than 30 children with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Alabama were provided with hands-on activities and learning opportunities from the Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders 

Labor + Trade Relations

The Construction Workforce Is Aging Faster Than the National Labor Force

The median age of construction workers varies by state, but nationally, construction workers are one year older, on average, than the typical U.S. worker in other labor sectors

Building Materials

Building Materials Prices Are Rising as Demand for Construction Increases

Prices for in-demand building materials are softening from their mid-pandemic peaks, but as new-construction demand rises, those costs are unlikely to see significant declines

Quality Matters

Don’t Cut Corners on Construction Jobsite Safety

Construction jobsite safety starts with requiring your crews to use personal protective equipment to mitigate injuries

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