Squashing the Competition
By Stephanie J. Hautzinger, S.E.
A series of steel trees welcomes visitors to Dickinson College’s new squash-centered athletic facility.

Sporting a New Look
By Justin Den Herder, P.E.
Exposed steel framing flexes its muscle at a new university sports facility.

Made in the Shade
By Tracy Stocking and Nathan Murray
Steel-supported shade structures keep Utah students cool while cutting campus energy costs.

Elevating Business
By Jeff Smilow, P.E., and Sabu Abraham, P.E.
Rutgers’ new business school rises above campus with a daring steel-framed gateway.

Establishing a Civic Identity
By Kevin Ratigan and Jim Mehltretter
In building a new transportation hub, Sarasota County also built a new civic landmark.

Nuclear Design Development
By Saahastaranshu R. Bhardwaj, Amit H. Varma and Taha Al-Shawaf
A new spec provides guidance for using steel-plate composite walls in nuclear facilities.

There’s More than One Way to Bend a Beam
By Geoff Weisenberger
A look at the basics of curving steel—a process that is anything but basic.

Something Bolted this Way Comes
By Toby Anderson
The toil of revising the F1554 standard will help reduce the trouble of specifying anchor bolts.

Specify with Care
By Clare Terpstra and Leigh Arber, S.E., P.E.
When—and when not—to specify slip-critical connections.

How Long Will The Good Times Last? 
By John Cross, P.E.
The construction market in 2016 and beyond.