Here is what’s in store for nonresidential, residential, and public construction.
Speakers for HIVE 2016 Housing Conference
Attendees will be inspired to put ideas into action by some of the nation’s...
New Construction Home Prices Are A Challenge
Shortage of workers and subcontractors leads to increased new home prices.
The Benefits of ICFs
Building a disaster-resilient home protects against more than just bad weather....
Construction Spending In October Increases
Monthly Spending Increase Comes as Industry Copes with Growing Shortages of Qualified Craft Workers
Precast Manufacturer Reports Double-Digit Growth
At the close of the third quarter for 2014, Superior Walls of America reported a...
Expand your Business with Safe Room Construction Luncheon & Forum
Learn how to protect your home in a flash, as Donn Thompson from the Portland...
The Current State of Housing
While single-family home starts slowly recover, don't minimize the impact multifamily housing has on the new-starts market. Multifamily is growing at almost double the rate of single-family housing.
Concrete is Ideal for Resilient Residential Construction
Hanley Wood research has shown that the vast majority of homes in the U.S. are built in areas that are classified as needing resilient construction. Concrete is the ideal material for that application.
The Future of Resilient Home Building
There is growing awareness of the need for safer structures.