Inspired Innovation
By Nissim Agassi, P.E., Scott Kamen, AIA, Denise Keaveney, and Ophir Agassi
A job that begins as a routine inspection for façade restoration suddenly turns into a challenging structural replacement project when severe underlying structural failures are found.

Saved from the Wrecking Ball
By Marlo Sedki
A deteriorating parking deck in Atlanta gets some positive reinforcement from composite steel deck.

Breaking the Surface
By Zareh B. Gregorian, P.E., and Garen B. Gregorian, P.E.
The cosmetic renovation of a New England building grows to include a significant structural repair.

The 19th Hole
By Jeffrey Urdan
Sweeping views of the New York skyline and complex, artistic steel framing characterize a soon-to-be-open golf course clubhouse on the Jersey shore.

Quality Corner: In Charge of Your Future
By Brian Miller Becoming
AISC Certified is a forward-looking business strategy.

SteelWise: Simple Shear Connection Limit States
By Erika Winters-Downey, S.E., and Matthew Fadden
Understanding limit states is essential to understanding steel connection design. Here’s a look at common limit states for simple shear connections.

People to Know: Constructability — Now More than Ever
By David I. Ruby, P.E., S.E.
Applying the philosophy of constructability into your projects will garner numerous benefits.

Getting into the Details
The detailing industry is facing several challenges, not the least of which is a shortage of qualified detailers at a time when 3D and BIM are becoming the norm. MSC chatted with two detailing software companies about the current state of the industry.