Whole Lotta Bolts 
By Geoff Weisenberger
Long coils of steel become the small but ever-important elements that hold structural steel buildings and bridges together.

An Exoskeleton with a Twist
By Petr Vancura
A new torquing tower in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District echoes the angles of neighboring streets.

Ground Support
By Bill Trillo, Ken Stone and Tony Su, S.E., P.E.
Two new facilities on Florida’s Space Coast will build and support a strategically important U.S. Naval aircraft.

Well Read
By Dean Hutchison
One of D.C.’s oldest public libraries  gets a makeover that bridges its early 20th century aesthetic with early 21st century practicality.

Smooth Transition
By Marco Shmerykowsky, P.E., and Andrew Steinkuehler
A major television network expands its operations by connecting to a nearly identical building next door.

Second and Goal
By Darien M. Sykes, P.E.
The new home of the College Football Hall of Fame hopes to attract more visitors with its enticing steel design and high-traffic location.

From Materials to Products
Edited By Larry S. Muir, P.E.
This month’s SteelWise features answers to general questions on structural steel fabrication.

Mind Reading for Managers
By Kim Seeling Smith
How to fully engage your staff in five easy conversations.