Achieve Higher Quality in High-Density Residential with AISC's New CEU Course

Highline 23 in New York. Image courtesy of Neil Denari Architects

AISC is offering a new continuing education article, “Achieving Higher Quality in High-Density Residential: the Strengths of Structural Steel,” available at Architectural Record’s online Continuing Education Center and originally published in the August issue of Architectural Record. Designed for architects, the course covers how to maximize space, versatility and quality in mid-rise and high-rise apartments and condominiums using structural steel.

After reading this article, you’ll be able to:

  • Compare the advantages of structural steel framing to other building materials
  • Explore system concepts that allow the architect greater flexibility in programming and designing apartments and condominiums
  • Determine economical design methods
  • Analyze faster methods of construction by using structural steel framing

You can also earn 1.00 HSW (Health, Safety and Welfare) credit by completing the online quiz. Click here to read the CEU article and take the online quiz.