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California Trusframe's Quarterly (Oct) Newsletter Oct 2017

In this issue CTF's Message for the CEO-Rolling in to fourth quarter, improvments and focus on EH & S. CTF giving back to our community Read More

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SBCA Magazine (Aug) Putting People First Aug 2017

CTF's VP of HR & Saftey and Chair of SBCA's saftey committee Jason Ward talks with SBCA Magazine about Saftey, Values, getting everyone involved, and taking the steps...Read More

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California Trusframe's Quarterly (July) Newsletter July 2017

In this issue CTF's Message for the CEO-Increased wages in the shop, The ever rising cost of raw materials, New Vice President of Information Technology Bryan Sylvester, Lunch and Learn from Perris,  highlights from Sanger, and Hughson Plants. Read More

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California Trusframe's Quarterly (Apr) Newsletter Apr 2017

In this issue CTF's Message for the CEO-Increased backlog, New Director of Material Procurement, Angie Stroder, CTF Puerto Rico Recruiting Project, Spotlights from Perris, Sanger, and Hughson Plants. Read More

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California Trusframe's Quarterly (Jan) Newsletter Jan 2017

In this issue CTF's Message for the CEO-Final sales numbers for 2016, Mission Statement Customer, New Director of Builder Development, Phillip David, CTF Nicaragua Team, Saftey Corner-The importance of stretching , Spotlights from Perris, Sanger, and Hughson Plants. Read More

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Special Annoucement Jan 13th 2017

CALIFORNIA TRUSFRAME (CTF) TODAY ANNOUNCED THE APOINTMENT OF JASON WALSH AS VICE PRESIDENT OF SALES AND PHILLIP DAVID AS DIRECTOR OF BUILDER DEVELOPMENTRead More

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SBCA Magazine Dec Issue Dec 1st 2016

Why Track Leading Indicator? See article on Surviving Slivers, Strains & Strains Read More

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Sanger Herald Article Dec 1st 2016

Manufacturing Trusses Sanger Style. Jimmy Frausto and Ben Risenhoover talk with The Sanger Herald about the changes at California Trusframe Sanger plant. Read More

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The Wall Street Journal Nov 17th 2016

Los Angeles Builders Say New Affordable-Housing Rules Will Stifle Construction. Structural building components are the answer! Read More

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Selling Smarter SBCA Magazine Article Nov 1st 2016

"The General contractor requested we make the change from conventional shear panels to Smart Components," Read More

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Steven L. Stroder as CTF’s New Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Nov 2016

RIVERSIDE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Based in Riverside, California with strategically located plants that serve clients throughout the state of California, California TrusFrame is the leading manufacturer of roof trusses, floor trusses, wall panels & smart components for commercial, residential, and multi-family construction. Read More

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California Trusframe's Quarterly (Sept) Newsletter Sep 2016

In this issue CTF's Preisdent Message, Introduction of New Employees (Joseph Herbison-Sales, Jason Ward-EH&S) Customer Spotlights from Perris, Sanger, and Hughson Plants. Read More

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Inside The Sanger Factory Building The Walls For FM89's New Home Sept 2015

The company says that by using pre-fabricated wall panels, workers on the jobsite can cut the time dedicated to framing a building by 1/3 or more. The technique also reduces construction waste and mistakes that can cause costly delays in projects. Read More

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Smart Components are up! Fuller Street Apartments Jun 2015

Fuller Street Apartments is the first building in Northern California to be approved for Smart Components Framing system. So far the team is preparing for the installation of the 5th floor joist in 8 weeks with a target completion framing schedule of 10 weeks for this 5 story type III building. Read More

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CTF's Efforts to Provide Value to the Market Jan-Feb 2014

Once the concept was developed and tested, the biggest challenge was bringing the product to market. “We knew we had a great value proposition. Smart Components could deliver several benefits to the builder, but we had to prove it,” said Cloyd. “Everyone wants to be the first to be second. Finding the person willing to actually be first can be difficult. Read More

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