Month: February 2018

Georgia-Pacific Building New Softwood Lumber Plant

Georgia-Pacific will build a new softwood lumber production facility in Warren County, Georgia, on property adjacent to its existing lumber mill, the company reports. Construction of the $135 million, 340,000‐square-foot, technologically advanced plant is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2018 with an anticipated startup in spring 2019. Georgia‐Pacific’s[Read More…]

Shed Builders and Tax Reform

As the 2018 tax season progresses, shed builders may be wondering how the Tax Cut and Jobs Act passed late in 2017 will impact their businesses. “There are many variables in the law that will impact each business differently,” says Mike Slack, lead tax research analyst at The Tax Institute[Read More…]

Reorganization for Roseburg Resources

As a result of several strategic developments within the company, including the recent sale of its California timberlands and purchase of 158,000 acres in Virginia and North Carolina, Roseburg Resources Co. has reviewed its organizational structure, leading to the promotion of three key managers to newly created director positions. the[Read More…]

Gone Fishing

Back in the “good ole days” of Better Barns, when things were simpler and I didn’t have a family to support, there were a lot of things done that had nothing whatsoever to do with producing storage sheds. Vance and I were both young. I was in my teens, and[Read More…]

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