Curved Steel for an Inspired Colonnade
By Daniel Bartminn, Dipl.-Ing. CEng MICE
Interesting solutions were found to both the design and construction challenges for the curved steelwork liwan, or colonnade, for Sahari Mall in Jahra, Kuwait.

Building Movable Dunes
By Eric Fenske, S.E., and Patrick Ragan
Using an iterative analysis, engineers let the structural design find its most efficient form.

What's Cool in Steel?
Three new and unusual projects demonstrate the light side of steel, even where there's serious structural work to be done.

Strength in Numbers
By Gregg Bundschuh
AISC continues to explore a group insurance and risk management program for members.

A How-To for HSS
By Cynthia J. Duncan
A look at what's inside the new AISC Design Guide 24: Hollow Structural Section Connections

The Road to Repair
By Martin Anderson, LEED AP
Heat straightening can be an effective tool in working with damaged steel members.

The 2010 AISC Specification: Composing in Steel and Concrete
By Amanuel Gebremeskel, P.E.
Enlarged and reorganized, the new Chapter I provides direction for many more ways of designing for composite action.

Change is the Name of the Game
By Todd Alwood, LEED AP
What changes affect certification? And what is the difference between a certified facility and company?

And the Winner is...
By Geoff Weisenberger
A framing system's environmental impact depends on more than just the choice of materials.

Expanding Your Services
By Anne Scarlett
Lessons learned from working to grow market share with an existing client base.

It's a Steel-ebration, Part 2
By Ross Allbritton and Walt Primer
Your proactive approach will ensure you get the most out of attending a SteelDay event in 2010.