September 28:

  • Cedar Creek named Kevin Stewart director of operations.
  • The NLBMDA is conducting a survey of its members to find out where they stand politically, how they will be voting in the 2016 election, and which issues concern them most. Survey.
  • Michigan Lumber Company is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
  • Seal-Rite Door named Matt Kaufman its general manager of four locations in Ohio, Minnesota, Illinois, and Michigan.
  • Parksite launched DuPont’s Tyvek Protec line of roofing underlayments.
  • Bon Tool Co. acquired the assets of Spray Sok, Inc.
  • Huttig Building Products named Matt Thompson as general manager of its Columbus, Ohio location.
  • Tamko released a new logo for its Envision line of composite decking.

September 26:

September 21:

  • Snavely Forest Products completed its 10th annual HTRIP (Haiti Timber Re-Introduction Program), which plants trees in the Artibonite River Valley of Haiti and helps to train and develop Haitian farmers and farms, respectively.
  • Chris Rodriguez has been named manager of the Carlsbad, N.M. location of McCoy's Building Supply.

September 19:

September 14:

September 7:

  • The Misura Group launched its redesigned website.
  • BMC Stock Holdings' BMC East will offer $325.0 million in aggregate prinicpal amount of senior secured notes due 2024. More.
  • 84 Lumber raised $128,000 for the Westmoreland/Fayette County Council of Boy Scouts at its 27th Annual Joe Hardy/84 Lumber Gold Invitational.
  • Guerry Lumber Co. held its Kirby Beam Bucket Barrage event in late August to raise money for ALS research. More.
  • Julius Zulver, former co-owner of Walbrook Mill and Lumber, passed away Aug. 2. More.
  • Canfor, a Canadian company, will open its U.S. headquarters in Mobile, Ala., under the name Canfor Southern Pine.
  • PGT, Inc. announced it has created CGI Commercial and that PGT acquired US Impact Systems.

September 5:

  • Becca Dannenhauer will become the sole proprietor of Hopkins Lumber, Memphis, Mo., after she purchases her brother Aaron Dannenhauer's half of the company. More.
  • Hampton Lumber, Portland, Ore., acquired the assets of Banks Lumber Mill. More.
  • Charlie Craig has been named Thompson Mahogany's executive vice president.
  • 84 Lumber has been named to Forbes' 2016 list of America's Largest Private Companies.
  • Universal Forest Products acquired idX Corp., a provider of customized merchandising solutions.
  • Dean McKenzie has been named director of OSHA's Directorate of Construction.
  • The USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service has announced an interim rule altering the time frame for a continuance referendum under the Softwood Lumber Research, Promotion, Consumer Education and Industry Information Order. More.

August 31:

August 29:

August 24:

  • ABC Supply named Jamie Kuhle manager of its Sanford, Mich., location. More.
  • McCoy’s Building Supply named Andre Haddad manager of its Bastrop, Texas, location.
  • Parksite promoted Jim Coulter to director of Supply Chain.
  • Power Truss will expand its operation in Mayfield, Ky. More.
  • Tamko Building Products created new positions to grow its decking business. It named executive VP Tim Whelan to lead all parts of the composite decking operation and named Brian Lowry as senior director, decking and Matt Shaner as general sales manager, decking to help with the operation.
  • HomeSphere builder network and Legrand have partnered so HomeSphere builders can access home automation and structured wiring products. More.
  • Weyerhaeuser officially closed its lumber mill in Columbia Falls, Mont., last Friday. More.

August 22:

August 17:

August 15:

  • John Pappanikou has joined the sales team at Russin Lumber.
  • MoistureShield decking will be available at five new Cedar Creek locations: Nashville, Tenn.; Madison, Wis.; Little Rock, Ala.; Birmingham, Ala.; and Indianapolis.
  • HPM Building Supply’s Kona location is undergoing a renovation that is scheduled to be completed in October. More.
  • Mid-State Lumber has several new hires: Scott Dunn joins the commodity division, MaryLynn Heim is a territory manager for the New England market, and Rick Pierson is also a territory manager for the New England market.
  • Diane Hendricks, chairwoman and owner of ABC Supply, donated to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. More.

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July 27:

July 25:

  • Viance LLC's D-Blaze Fire Retardent Treated Wood has earned the Greenguard Gold Certification.
  • The Parr Company has appointed Joe Leathers as the new director of sales.
  • Hanwha Surfaces opened a new warehouse in Springfield, Mass.

July 20:

  • Brad Brubaker has been appointed to Area General Manager for the Carolinas area distribution center at Weyerhaeuser.
  • Jonathan Cohen is the new Area General Manager for the Colorado area for Weyerhaeuser.
  • Jason Thomas has been hired as Sales Manager for the distribution center in Easton, Pa. for Weyerhaeuser.
  • Florida Governor Rick Scott recognized Naples Lumber and Supply for creating jobs. Read more

July 18:

  • The National Retail Federation applauded introduced legislation that would phase in the new overtime rules. Read more
  • Johnson Barrow will serve as Danfoss' new sales representative for AB-QM for Oregon and Washington.
  • Distribution International, the portfolio company of Advent International has acquired the assets of Fort Worth, Texas based E.O. Wood Company.
  • Barry Clifton Gross, longtime member of the LAT, has died.
  • The APA has released its 2016 Structural Panel and Engineered Wood Yearbook.
  • Johnson Controls will celebrate the opening of seven Source 1 HVAC supply centers in Illinois, Michigan, and Missouri.

July 13:

  • VT Industries launched A'Vant Vanity Surfaces with nationwide distribution and availability.
  • Novik has launched an industry-wide survey targeting builders, dealers, distributors, and remodelers.
  • Pella Corporation expanded its online consultations to Ann Arbor and Detroit, Mich. Toledo, Findlay, and Port Clinton, Ohio.
  • East Coast Builders Conference has announced its 2017 dates, May 4-5 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.

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