The Katz Roadshow rolled into Connecticut, and so did a record number of architects.
Diamond Lumber was on the comeback trail in 1987.
In Torrance, California, the lumberyard operator has opened an impressive facility – including an 86,000 sq. ft. building supply store. (Source: The Daily Breeze)
With an acquisition, McCoy’s Building Supply introduces MC Reload.
CEO Floyd Sherman points to investments in talent and manufacturing.
An earnings report hits on price volatility, growth opportunities and Ready-Frame.
The Carter Lumber division will expand with a $10 million facility in south central Kentucky. (Source: ABC 13 WBKO)
At the intersection of three highways, the company boosts its market visibility.
Here are some of the highlights of the company’s first big SEC filing.
In the early 80s, Independent dealers turned to in-house computing.