Building Systems Councils

The Building Systems Councils (BSC) is the leading resource for the concrete, log, modular, and panelized home building industries. Whether you are a manufacturer, builder, vendor, or consumer, the BSC is here to serve your needs. Target a specific council, or explore general systems-built home information. The BSC aims to educate and inspire through consumer-friendly documents and interactive learning tools. All members of the BSC are active members of NAHB via their local HBA or NAHB International.

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Attend the Building Systems Councils Mega-Tour and see the smartest advances in facility operations, efficiencies and practices from the inside out.
6/21/2015
Conference
Check out the award-winning floor plans from the 2014 Jerry Rouleau Awards for Excellence in Marketing and Home Design.
10/28/2014
Web page
The annual BSC Awards recognizing the best home design and marketing in the building systems industry.
10/27/2014
Awards Program
The premier event for the building systems industry, Building Systems Councils Showcase24 brings together leaders from around the country for unique networking opportunities as well as expert speakers and valuable educational sessions specifically geared towards systems-built housing issues.
10/27/2014
Conference
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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This award-winning modular home design was built by Ritz-Craft Corp.
9/16/2014
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If you have a membership question or just need building systems industry-related information, please contact the NAHB BSC staff with your questions and comments by calling 800-368-5242 + four-digit extension below. Metro D.C.-area callers can dial directly, 202-266+ the four-digit …
8/29/2014
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NAHB's Building Systems Councils Showcase brings together log, modular, concrete and panelized builders, manufacturers and suppliers to network, learn and recognize those who have contributed to this industry sector.
8/13/2014
Video File
These award-winning modular townhomes were built in North Dakota as a solution to the housing demand due to the massive oil boom.
8/4/2014
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Learn more about timber frame homes with this glossary of timber framing terms from the Timber Framing Guild.
8/1/2014
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An improving housing market means buyers are back and are actively seeking that unique home that expresses their personalities and values. For many, that type of home is a log home. Builders like the fact that log home enthusiasts are typically qualified buyers who are looking to create their …
7/30/2014
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View a photo gallery of panelized home images and learn more about panelized homes.
7/30/2014
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Because panelized homes are partially constructed in a controlled factory enviroment, they can be easily adapted for different codes and standards across the country. See our photo gallery of panelized homes here.
7/29/2014
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Panelized construction takes place in a controlled, factory environment. This technique expedites the construction process and protects the building materials during construction. See photos from inside the factory.
7/29/2014
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View our Panelized Home Photo Gallery to see how it all comes together.
7/29/2014
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View our photo gallery of panelized homes to see how these homes can be customized to meet the individual needs of the owner.
7/29/2014
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If you have thought about buying and/or building a timber frame home, you are not alone. These beautiful custom homes provide the beauty and open design of truss construction combined with the warmth and energy efficiency of wood. Photo courtesy of Riverbend Timber …
7/29/2014
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Timber frame homes are built from large wood posts and beams that form the structural support of the home and require no interior load-bearing walls. The timbers are joined by connecting a mortise (hole) on the end of one timber with a corresponding tenon (tongue) that fits precisely and tightly. …
7/28/2014
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Browse the directory to find contact information for Log and Timber Homes Council members.
7/28/2014
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