Panelized Homes News

Use the targeted publications below to get up to speed on the benefits of panelized homes. Or, get a broad feel of the systems-built industry by going through the archives of the Building Systems Council’s e-newsletter, “The Systems-Built Advantage.”

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The BSC has partnered once again with Operation FINALLY HOME and the Structural Building Components Association, along with the Cabarrus County BIA and surprised a wounded veteran and his family with a mortgage-free home in Concord, N.C. Within three days, the home had full wall panels and a roof.
10/6/2014
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Learn more about the benefits that all building systems have in common.
7/23/2014
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The Building Systems Councils and the Structural Building Components Association join forces with Operation Finally Home to construct a systems-built home for a deserving Army veteran.
7/1/2014
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Download the latest SmartMarket Report, Prefab and Modularization: Increasing Productivity in the Construction Industry.
5/23/2014
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Building-systems manufacturers and suppliers hit the road to visit modular, timber-frame and log home facilities throughout New Hampshire and upper Massachusetts on the annual BCS Mega-Tour.
5/2/2014
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Systems-built homes provide a great alternative as a vacation home.
3/28/2014
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The Building Systems Councils and the Structural Building Components Association join forces with Operation Finally Home to construct a systems-built home for a deserving Army veteran.
6/21/2013
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Curious about the inner workings of a truss manufacturer? Take this tour of a virtual truss manufacturing plant, courtesy of the SBCA.
8/11/2011
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