Keeping You Updated With Our
Industry News Roundup: June 28June 28, 2013
This week’s news resources:
Do you know how destroyed bridges are replaced? See how Washington's I-5 bridge is replaced — temporarily at first, then permanently, in this Popular Mechanics article.
These 10 metro areas have the most new construction so far this year. Did your city make the list? Find out on Yahoo! Homes.
The Myth: The American steel industry no longer exists. The Reality: The American structural steel industry is alive and well. Read more in AISC’s “Made in America” feature.
Submit your nominations for AISC's prestigious T.R. Higgins Lectureship Award by August 1. “The award recognizes an outstanding lecturer and author whose technical paper or papers, published during the eligibility period, are considered an outstanding contribution to the engineering literature on fabricated structural steel.”
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Tech Tip: Miscellaneous - Flats. Filling this table out and allowing SDS/2 to automatically assign flat bar prefixes for plates that match one of the sizes helps ensure that the fabricator can use their preferred and available flat bar sizes.