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Lumber Tariffs ‘Could Not Have Come at a Worse Time’ Filed in Codes and Regulations, Construction Industry by NAHB Now on November 2, 2017 • NAHB Chair Granger MacDonald today issued the following statement regarding the Commerce Department’s final decision to impose countervailing and anti-dumping duties on Canadian lumber imports: “Today’s move by the Commerce […]

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Home Building, Labor, Safety and Health by NAHB Now on October 12, 2017 • As NAHBNow has reported, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has decreased the permissible levels of exposure to crystalline silica for construction. NAHB has told policy makers from the start that this wide-reaching rule will […]

Filed in Construction Industry, Labor, Safety and Health, Student Chapters by NAHB Now on October 3, 2017 • 0 Comments October is Careers in Construction Month, an important time for all of us in the housing industry to increase public awareness about the great jobs available in residential construction and related trade professions. NAHB recently […]

Filed in Business Management, Economics, Environmental by NAHB Now on September 13, 2017 •  The short answer is, unfortunately, it’s too early to tell. According to NAHB economist David Logan, more time is needed to assess the storms’ short- and long-term impacts on both lumber supply and demand. “Other factors are also at play right now, which […]

Donate to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts Filed in Leadership, NAHB Cares by NAHB Now on August 28, 2017 • 1 Comment Texans are fighting floodwaters rising to historic levels as Hurricane Harvey pounds the Lone Star State. While the reports of damage and devastation in Houston, Victoria, Rockport and other towns and cities continue to […]

5 Ways to Get Competitive with CAPS Filed in Education, Remodelers by NAHB Now on August 8, 2017 • This front walkway by NAHB Remodelers chair Dan Bawden beautifully combines a ramp and porch steps.                   The term universal design has been traced back to the late […]

Cantwell-Hatch Bill Would Help Ease Affordable Housing Crisis Filed in Capitol Hill, Multifamily by NAHB Now on August 1, 2017 • NAHB today called on Congress to pass the Affordable Housing Credit Improvements Act of 2017 (S. 548), legislation that would promote the construction of sorely needed rental apartments and help alleviate the nation’s affordable housing […]

The board of directors approved three new members at their July 20, 2017 board meeting. Affordable Metal Mfg. in Muscatine – Sponsored by Tim Ruth K+R Wholesale Building Materials in Camdenton, MO – Sponsored by Andy Martin Star Equipment Ltd. in Cedar Rapids – Sponsored by Tim Ruth Look for them at our upcoming meetings […]

NAHB and House Panel Reach Agreement on Flood Insurance Bill Filed in Capitol Hill by NAHB Now on July 20, 2017 • NAHB today reached an agreement with leaders of the House Financial Services Committee to craft a viable, long-term flood insurance reauthorization bill that will keep the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) fiscally sound […]

EPA Formally Withdraws National Post-Construction Rule Filed in Codes and Regulations, Environmental, Land Development by NAHB Now on July 20, 2017 • The Environmental Protection Agency today announced that long-awaited federal regulations to require all developers to install stormwater management devices have been jettisoned. In response to NAHB comments, EPA tabled the rule in 2014 […]

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