CLP News

Designing for Natural Disasters

Designing a building to withstand the forces of nature can be daunting. High wind and seismic events have the potential to ravage even the best designs, exerting forces through a structure both vertically and horizontally. Utilizing a threaded rod system can help keep your structure safe through these chaotic events, giving you the assurance that… Read more »

CLP Customers Help Support America’s Brave

Many have sacrificed their safety and well-being for our country’s freedom. As an American-made product, CLP Systems stands proudly with our military service members who have sacrificed so much for our country. In the month of July, when you purchased a CLP System tie-down system, CLP employees elected to donate $.01 for every pound to… Read more »


As a vital part of the construction supply chain, the structural building components industry was deemed essential in most states during the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, it has played a valuable role in keeping the construction going strong, allowing projects to be built significantly faster than with traditional framing methods. More importantly, the 82,500 Americans… Read more »

5 Trucking Trends that Could Affect Your Construction Material Price and Delivery

Have you considered how the freight industry will affect your construction material delivery in the current national conditions? In these unique times, it is inevitable that freight will incur delays and rate increases. In this article, we talk about the current trends in the trucking industry and what you should plan for when ordering construction… Read more »

OSHA announced a New Web Page Addressing the Control and Prevention of COVID-19 for the Construction Industry

On June 12, OSHA announced the roll out of a new web page addressing the control and prevention of COVID-19 for the construction industry. According to the site, “This guidance is not a standard or regulation, and it creates no new legal obligations. It contains recommendations as well as descriptions of mandatory safety and health standards.… Read more »