ProBuild recently announced the closure of 20 field locations. The closures include lumber yards, component facilities, gypsum yards, and millwork facilities in both large and small markets.

“Some of these locations are being consolidated with other locations nearby, while others are being mothballed until the construction industry conditions improve,” writes the company in its official statement. “Those facilities can be restarted quickly once we see a turnaround.” 

Closures include:

  • Newberg, Ore. (lumberyard);
  • ProFraming, Auburn, Wash. (framing business);
  • Sequim, Wash. (lumberyard);
  • Sacramento, Calif. (lumberyard);
  • Phoenix, Ariz. (truss facility);
  • Poway, Calif. (retail home center);
  • Cottonwood, Ariz. (lumberyard);
  • Orem, Utah (lumberyard);
  • Jackson, Wis. (lumberyard);
  • Gainesville, Va. (millwork and windows facility);
  • Dry Ridge, Ky. (truss facility);
  • Franklin, Tenn. (components facility);
  • Augusta, Ga. (framing/gypsum facility);
  • Jacksonville, Fla. (lumber/gypsum/millwork);
  • North Charlotte, N.C. (lumberyard); and
  • Easton, Md. (gypsum).

In addition, the company is closing its truss lines in National City, Calif., and Waldorf, Md.

The remaining closures are pending, according to ProBuild.


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