January 2016 News
Private construction grows 12.3 percent over 2014; public construction grows 5.6 percent for year.
Every electric compressor is now UL 1450 and C22.2 No. 68-09 certified.
Slovenian abrasives manufacturer has been in business since 1879.
Mill Steel Co. consolidates Steel Structural Products' Louisville operations to Jeffersonville, Indiana
Move will bring up to 40 Jobs to Jeffersonville, Indiana plant.
Will exhibit latest products and services in personal protective equipment and fall protection products.
New 85,000-square-foot facility will hold offices, warehousing space, a training center and product testing labs.
Franklin Sullivan will lead sales efforts in U.S., Canada and Mexico.
Pins comply with 2015, 2012 and 2009 IBC and IRC.
Electrical division promotes two sales managers, hires new rep in Chicago.
Live auction begins January 30, 2016.
Consumer confidence rises despite stock market downturn.
Former director of strategic planning and controlling is promoted.
Sets events for Chicago, Baltimore and Dallas.
Project stalled since 2005 is back on track.
Ring Power hosts largest Cat auction services event ever, February 8-12.
Company will honor the brand throughout the year with promotions and giveaways.
Wyco Tool, Albion, Mi-T-M, Karcher/Shark, Spotnails and EMI Construction Products join Sphere 1.
965,700 housing units were completed in 2015, up 9.3 percent from 2014.
$2.6 billion complex shows off flowing lines.
Job Corps reclassifies NCCER Core Curriculum as a prerequisite to higher level career training.
Do it Best Corp. gives Simpson honor for Building Materials Products.
“Tiger Shop” aims to empower manufacturers to be globally competitive.
AGC Chief Economist Ken Simonson predicts a solid year for housing and highways but a weak oil and gas market.
Relaunched program now offers online functionality.
Witter will direct manufacturing operations in JCB's Savannah, Ga. facility.
Agency will rep the AZLH line in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, metro New York and Eastern Pennsylvania.
DeSantis joins Calpipe from TPC Wire and Cable.
HGTV star Mike Holmes, Sr. will appear Tuesday, January 19.
But other experts paint a less rosy picture.
Woodturning expert to visit many retail locations.
New name reflects company's growing leadership in heating and cooling solutions.
Event will take place in the North American Pavilion during the International Hardware Fair in Cologne, Germany.
Year-over-year activity trends 10.5 percent higher than 2014.
Gas and welding distributor increases footprint across Florida and Georgia.
Blue Heron Enterprises and Fox Chase Enterprises join Simpson family.
New tool shaves time and effort from door installations.
Whyte will continue to serve in advisory capacity.
Asks contractors and construction professionals to show their American pride.