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Wilson Lumber is excited to announce a partnership with Next Step Farms to construct a large pole barn where the organization will start a day program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
To improve the health of your workforce and ensure that your company is positioned to recognize these specific challenges, we must prioritize workers’ mental health to the same level as wearing safety goggles and tagging out live circuits.
Wilson Lumber is honored to be recognized in the inaugural LBM JOURNAL 100, a ranking of the nation’s top pro dealers and lumberyards by 2020 sales.
If you make your living in the construction industry, you have no doubt been affected by the shortage of skilled labor across the nation.
While engineered floor trusses are nothing new, they have continued to increase in popularity over the past couple of decades due to their exceptional strength, construction advantages, durability and reliability.
‘Christlike principles’ is a much better base for decision making than the whims of how I’m feeling at the moment. And I’ve found that doing business for God’s glory is way more fun than doing it for my glory.
Selling building materials wasn’t initially what Wilson Lumber Director of Sales Josh Hendrickson sought to do with his life.
When we sat down as a team to make plans for 2021 we asked ourselves: What do our customers tell us they need help with the most? The answer we hear most often is you need to build faster. You need to shorten the number of days it takes to build a home.
Over the past 20 years prefabricated roof trusses have become one of the most reliable and cost-effective wood framing options for builders and contractors.
A bottle of Coca-Cola at Wilson Lumber cost only 35 cents when Russ Wilson started working here circa 1989.
John Marshall has enjoyed a career that has taken him around the U.S. and the world, before landing him in the Rocket City of Huntsville, Ala., in 2001 where he has been COO of Wilson Lumber for the last five years.