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Everything is big in Texas and TMAT is no exception! The Truss Manufacturers Association of Texas is the largest state chapter of the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA).

Manufacturing roof trusses, floor trusses and wall panels, serving the needs of the construction industry in our state, and acting as the voice of the structural building components industry, our members welcome your questions and requests. To find a component manufacturer or supplier member in your area, check out the chapter membership list.

Please consider joining us for one of our golf tournaments or chapter meetings. We hope to see you there!

Structural Building Components
Should Another Climate Science Point of View be Considered in Decision Making?
Honeywell Markets HCFC-Free Blowing Agent Insulation
SBCA Technical Webinar: Tips for Effective Truss Repairs
SBC's The Market Place: The Year in Review
Mills Raise Prices on Cold-Rolled Sheet Steel Twice
New Plywood Product to Compete with CLT?
MiTek Appoints Magnan Head of Sales for BuilderMT
Study: Illegal Immigrants Account for 3% of GDP
RoyOMartin Building New OSB Plant in Texas
US Lumber Coalition Files Trade Duty Petition with DOC
Markets Where Components May be in Highest Demand
15 Housing Market Trends to Follow in 2017
Infographic: Realtors Predict 10% Housing Growth in 2017
What Will a Ben Carson-Run HUD Look Like?
How CMs Can Put Lean Principles into Practice
New Post-Frame Building Design Manual Published
For an 'ICC Report,' What Value Does Sealed Engineering Have?
OSB & Other Building Material Prices Fell in October
Why Did Judge Immediately Halt the New Overtime Rule?
MiTek Highlights How Their BIM Software Helps National Lumber
Post-Election, Greater Uncertainty About Softwood Lumber Trade
Townhome Construction Marketshare Reaches 20-Year Peak
Labor Woes Persist as Homebuilding Hits Highest Level Since 2007
Infographic: Why The Wave of Millennial Home Buyers is Coming
BlueLinx Reports Highest Quarterly Net Income Since 2004
Developments Now Called 'Surban' & Other Trends Impacting CMs
Simpson Releases New Field-Adjustable Jack Hanger
Construction Woes at World's Tallest Modular Residence
Judge Blocks Enforcement of Union-Focused 'Persuader Rule'
Trusses Now Cultural Norm When Public Thinks of Framing
ICC Extends Online Voting Deadline for 2018 Codes
Resource Library: Updated Cold-Formed Steel Framing Standards
Charts: Housing & Economic Indicators for Sept. 2016
New Wine Industry Warehouses Use Rigid Foam Insulation to Control Moisture
Wall Panel Company Uses Zip System to Achieve Passive House Standard
Huber to Reopen Tennessee OSB Plant in 2018
Vote for S268-16 'As Submitted' to Support NCSEA on Truss Bracing
SBCA Partners with NCSEA on Alternative to Special Inspections of Trusses over 60" in Height
Do You Know the Definition for Lumber Design Values? – If Not, Vote for G6-16 'As Submitted'
Two-Thirds Vote Needed to Protect Life Safety – Vote RB69-16 'As Submitted'
Gymnasiums Perfect for Post-Frame Truss Construction
Parr Lumber Expands in Pacific Northeast, Buys Country Homes
Toll Brothers Buys Coleman, Targets 'Affluent Millennials' in Idaho
BMC Stock Sales Up 6% in Q3, ReadyFrame Grew 43%
BFS Posts Q3 Net Income of $69.2M, Touts Smooth Integration
News & Events

Jim Mavrakes (Wood Truss Systems) recently retired from the Truss Manufacturers Association of Texas (TMAT) Board of Directors.
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