A Royal Addition
By Shahé Sagharian, P. Eng.
A modern, angular addition to Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum uses steel to augment the existing historic structure.

A Garden of Steel Flowers
By Mauricio Gutiérrez Villa
Hollow structural shapes help Medellín’s Botanical Gardens blossom into a new icon for the city.

Building in Beijing
By Mark Sarkisian, P.E., S.E., Neville Mathias, P.E., S.E., and Aaron Mazeika, P.E.
Steel provides the support for two new high-profile atriums in China’s capital.

Essential Elements
By Ken Jones
London’s new O2 Arena uses a steel roof, erected with an innovative lifting operation, to top what was designed to be Europe’s most acoustically advanced concert venue.

Pushing the Envelope
By James C. Parker, P.E., Alec S. Zimmer, P.E., and Christopher M. Hewitt
Careful attention to façade attachment details pays off in the long run.

Listening to the Customer
By Sheila Alegria, Kim Swiss, and Bobbi Marstellar, P.E.
Feedback from AISC Certified companies is making a difference in daily operations for AISC’s independent auditing company.

Quick Response
By Aaron Franklin, P.E., Mazen Wahbeh, Ph.D., P.E., Daniel Speer, P.E., and Martin Pohll, P.E., S.E.
A Caltrans-led construction team was able to quickly repair a damaged Bay Area interchange following a major explosion.

Beauty and the Beast
By Dennis Gowins, P.E.
In taming congestion, Orlando’s Lake Underhill Bridge widening project will be beautiful—and beautifully effective.

Steel Bridge News - December 2007
A quarterly feature highlighting the latest news from the National Steel Bridge Alliance.

A Tale of Two Yanktons
By Dan Sharp
A new steel span over the Missouri River replaces a National Historic Register bridge to route auto traffic between South Dakota and Nebraska.

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