Trade Workforce

The Last Mile Lab combines workforce training and industry innovation to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive way to build new housing.

Huber ‘Best of Social’ winner Will King traded fighting fires for designing and building better homes for his community. (And his pal, Moses!)

Huber ‘Best of Social’ award-winner Joel McIntosh uses his platform to learn from like-minded builders, while training young talent in building science best practices.

“Diversity isn't a fad,” according to Dr. Charner Rodgers. What does the talent of tomorrow look like, and how can employers create workspaces that reflect that?

Matt Blomquist, one of the many builders making their mark on social media, wins Huber Engineered Woods’ Best of Social Award for community engagement. Here’s how he teaches his students to build an entire home from foundation to trim.

Pay isn’t their top consideration, according to a recent survey conducted by Building Talent Foundation.

The University of Denver is launching the classroom of the future, bringing an immersive digital lab to students in the School of Real Estate & Construction Management.

This Utah home was built by industry tradeswomen and women-owned companies. Here’s how it breaks the mold of what homebuilding should look like.