Month: January 2018

Roseburg Names New Managers, Director

Roseburg Forest Products named three people to new leadership roles in January. Tony Ramm has been promoted to general manager of plywood, Steve Courtney will join the Roseburg team as the director of solid wood resource procurement, and Phil Odom has been named business manager for plywood and lumber business[Read More…]

SouthernCarlson Appoints New Chairman/CEO

, a distributor of fasteners and packaging to the construction industry headquartered in Omaha, Nebraska, has named Kenneth D. Sweder to the position of chairman and CEO, the company reports. Sweder replaces Jim Whitley, who is retiring from day-to-day responsibilities. “We are pleased to welcome Ken to SouthernCarlson,” say Sandy[Read More…]

Video: Custom-built Log Shed

Shed builders are dedicated to their craft, but they also know it’s important to go above and beyond for their customers. That’s why many builders offer customized sheds. The folks from Mid Coast Shed Company in Bowdoinham, Maine, “take pride in [their] workmanship and strive to please each and every[Read More…]

University of Tennessee Architecture Students Design Tall Wood Structure for Nashville

Fourth-year architecture students in the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design participated in the Nashville Civic Design Center’s (NCDC) Urban Design Studio challenge to design a wood-framed, high-rise multi-use structure. On December 4, the architectural students participated in the final review of the 15-story Timber Tower Studio project,[Read More…]

Flexible and Attentive

Jim White has found success in selling portable buildings. His business, based in Shepherdsville, Kentucky, has grown to three divisions in about 23 years, with more growth on the way. “The portable storage building business has been good to our family, and we enjoy all aspects of the business,” he[Read More…]

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