Sawmills pick up their pace of output, rewarding those who can sit out immediate-term scrums for lumber supply, and wait to see where pricing settles in the medium-term.
One in three entrants into the field of construction bolts to another occupation within 24 months. A culture pivot is essential.
The time to de-risk forecasts for inflation impacts is now, given that the commodities crunch can pivot into consumer price stresses in the months ahead.
Here's what we're hearing from TBD audience members on the question of whether it was Katerra's business strategy or execution that doomed it to fail.
A WSJ contributing author riffs rhapsodic on plumbers, who "rule[s] supreme atop the pantheon of residential" tradespeople." Here's why.
As lumber and engineered wood product prices break all historical price barriers, producers begin to pump capital into mill capacity expansion. Too little too late?