24   Station to Station
By Brian A. Falconer, SE, PE, and Ick Kim, PE
A steel-framed redevelopment of New York City’s landmarked James A. Farley Building results in a 21st-century transportation hub that includes the spacious Moynihan Train Hall and a massive public space topped by a signature atrium.

32   Coat of Arms
By William D. Corbett
KTA-Tator’s new home is an homage to the company’s coatings know-how and steel history.

40   Connecting Conventioneers
By Jonathan Hurff, SE, PE, PhD, Ben Cheplak, SE, PE, Brett Reichard, SE, PE, and Jacob Frye, PE
The Charlotte Convention Center leverages steel to add several new meeting rooms and an iconic pedestrian bridge.

48   Century Club: McGregor Industries
By Geoff Weisenberger
AISC is 100! And we’re featuring our longest continuously running member fabricators throughout 2021.

51   Transforming Education
By Nathaniel Gonner, SE
AISC Continuing Education is continuing to adapt to the new normal by offering new ways to learn.

54   2021 Hot Products
Hot offerings from NASCC: The Virtual Steel Conference.



16   Intuitive Details
By Mark Turman and Jonathan Tavarez
While constructability ultimately becomes the erector’s concern, addressing it early via more intuitive detailing can create a scenario where it’s not a concern at all.

data driven
19   The Ups and Downs of Project Costs
By Joe Dardis
Data Driven highlights market trends, economic forecasts, or other relevant numbers that affect steel design and construction. This month’s data focuses on fluctuations in construction project costs.

field notes
20   Building Out
Interview by Geoff Weisenberger
Nick Colina has turned his once-struggling family business into a success story and is also working to turn the California construction industry into a more inclusive landscape.

business issues
22   The Essentials of Teamwork
By Dan Coughlin
Goals, roles, and trust: three keys to achieving true and effective teamwork.