Taking Children's Services to New Heights
By David A. Bauer, P.E., and Robyn A. Larwood
Steel framing enabled inclusion of an additional floor in this vertical expansion on a constricted site.

Embracing the Complexities
By Brad Schaap, P.E., S.E., LEED AP BD+C, and Ryan Curtis, P.E., LEED AP BD+C
When design criteria tightened up on a fast-tracked health care facility project, the early choice to use steel framing allowed the project to stay on track.

It's Not Just for Earthquakes Anymore
By Marsh Spencer
Innovative steel framing system unites strength, flexibility and cost-effectiveness for landmark hospital expansion.

Takeoffs That Helped Land an Aviation Marvel
By George Wendt
Early involvement of both the bender-roller and the fabricator on a recent airport project ensured that all the curves ended up going the right way.

Two Decades of National Steel Bridge Competition
By Tom Klemens
What began as friendly local intercollegiate rivalry has grown to be a highly educational and impressive program.

Get Ready for SteelDay 2011
By Rick Kuhn
The steel industry's biggest b-to-b networking event returns on September 23, and here are some tools to help you get involved.

Automatic Identification Technologies and Steel
By Paul Parks
Using RFID on structural steel offers interesting possibilities, like tracking status and location, but several hurdles remain before it becomes widely adopted.

Control Costs by Avoiding Overwelding
It is important to minimize overwelding in order to reduce costs, distortion, and assembly problems.

The Whitmore Section
By William A. Thornton, P.E., PH.D., and Carlo Lini, P.E.
How to use the Whitmore method for tension and compression strength checks.

Goals and Revenue
By Lee Pielaet
Using your long-term company goals can reclaim revenues lost to inefficiency.

How To Generate Referrals and Testimonials for Your Business
By Anne Scarlett, LEED AP
Third-party endorsements can help you land more work, and asking for them is not as difficult as you might think.

Down by the River
By Geoff Weisenberger, LEED GA
An Italian steel bridge project keeps the fabrication as close as possible.

The Railroader and the Bridge
When he was a frustrated civil engineering student, the steel bridge project keeps the fabrication as close as possible.