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A New Angle on Art
By Andrew Johnson, PE
A new art building’s angular, exposed framing supports, teaches, inspires and memorializes on a small Midwestern campus.

Big Gain for the Little River
By Jonathan Hisey, PE 
A plate-girder scheme was the only feasible option to replace a small county bridge over the Little River in Oklahoma’s southeastern-most county.

Functional Folds
By Jonathan L. Bayreuther, PE, and Jonathan Hamann
An angular glass and steel pavilion brings a spot of ground-level lightness to the towering density of central Boston.

Centered on Innovation
By Angela Fante, PE
Facilitated by the successful connection of new and existing steel framing, the Pennovation Center reboots an industrial neighborhood adjacent to the University of Pennsylvania’s campus.

Optimized Ordering
By Luke Faulkner
We all know that steel makes construction projects run more smoothly for designers and builders. But the material ordering process can be cumbersome for fabricators and others in the steel supply chain. Luckily, there’s an easy way to make that part of the project run more smoothly too.

Safe at Every Stage
By Alfonso Gonzalez
Six safety tips to keep in mind for steel fabrication and erection.

The Changing Business Climate
By James Stever, James Schwartz, Andrew Ruffin, PE, and John Ottinger
How global modeling is affecting our world.

Making the Most of the Manual 
By Nathan Ecker and Muaaz Mustafa
A bevy of resources will help optimize your use of the latest AISC Manual, thus helping you optimize your steel-framed projects.

Reaching the Peak? 
By John Cross, PE
A look at the construction economy in 2018 and beyond.