Keeping the Vision Afloat
By Jessalyn Nelson, PE, and Karim Zulfiqar, PE
A university science building incorporates hidden hangers and cantilevers to meld higher education with high design.

Land Granted
By Falgun Surani, PE
Complex steel forms, both hidden and exposed, support signature elements of two dynamic buildings in a new urban green space.

Silica Safety
By Kathleen Dobson
Silica dust, a common hazard in concrete and masonry construction, faces new regulations to curb worker exposure that may peripherally affect on-site steel construction.

Learning Experience
By James Falconer, PE, PEng, Cynthia DeMatteo Falconer, Tom Torrenti, PE, and Robert Gennett
A collaborative approach and a team experienced in school construction made quick work of a steel-framed early childhood learning center.

Stepping Up
By Adam Friedman, SE, PE
Knowing how to frame your structural steel around stairs—as well as the stairs themselves—will help take your multi-story projects to the next level.

Bon Appétit
By Gerald C. Wallace, III, AIA
Steel framing cooks up an appetizing new school that hopes to attract and retain the next generation of culinary professionals.

Unlisted Materials – Part 3
By Larry S. Muir, PE, and Thomas J. Schlafly
In this third and final article in our series, we continue the discussion about unlisted materials, this time focusing in on considerations beyond those listed in the Commentary to the AISC Specification.

Effective Meetings
By Anne Scarlett
A few tips on maximizing meeting outcomes, both as a leader and as an attendee.