When it comes to lumber prices, the detrimental implications of climate change may outweigh even the heavy hand of the coronavirus
Ebbing and flowing lumber prices are disrupting housing affordability once again
Productivity in home construction lags behind almost every other industry, while inefficiencies and waste hurt profits and growth. Is off-site construction the answer to building homes faster and more affordably and easing current supply and labor issues?
New research efforts and products aim to make wood an even stronger and more versatile building material
Laminated strand lumber (LSL) is more than just engineered wood; it’s a veritable jack-of-all-trades suitable for a diverse range of framing applications
Situated on the picturesque Oregon Coast, Seaside is a community insulated between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade foothills. Unfortunately, it hasn’t been insulated from the housing downturn. Olstedt Construction has felt the blow like many builders around the country, but has found itself able to adapt and remain successful.