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thinning out
By Christopher O'Hara, P.E., and Julian Lineham, P.E.
Slender steel elements and expanded cantilevers define the structural system of a new building for the Colorado School of Mines.

Staying afloat
By McKay M. Parrish, S.E.
A new convenience store keeps its head above water with an innovative structural steel framing system.

National treasure
By Luca Covi
Structural renovations brace an iconic museum for the future. 

time tested
By Jennifer McConnell, Ph.D., Dennis R. Mertz, Ph.D., and Harry W. Shenton, III, Ph.D.
A look at the performance of the national uncoated weathering steel bridge inventory.

Justice is served
By Jason Stone
A criminal justice school blends the new with the old in an urban expansion project.

Piece by piece
By Michael P. Culmo, P.E.
Span-by-span bridge construction, using modular steel bridge elements, can serve as a viable and economical bridge-building alternative.

Crossing the delaware
By Jim Talbot
A steel truss, at the site of one of the first bridges over the Delaware River, is still standing after numerous floods and more than 100 years of life.

I'm sorry...you were saying?
By Anne Scarlett
A steel truss, at the site of one of the first bridges over the Delaware River, is still standing after numerous floods and more than 100 years of life.