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    Working from home? In need of an AISC Manual? AISC is currently offering a one-year digital subscription of the 15th Edition Steel Construction Manual for 50% off!

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    The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) has compiled a variety of helpful information and resources for navigating COVID-19 during this challenging time. AISC will continue to add new information to aisc.org/covid19 as it becomes available.

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    The Steel Joist Institute (SJI) has released the second version of its Joist Girder Moment Connections Design Tools. SJI developed the design tools to assist with the complex task of designing appropriate connections between joist girders and columns. 

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    AISC Standard for Certification Programs (AISC 207) is now available for public review until April 10, 2020. This document is an update to AISC 207-16 and adds requirements for hydraulic metal structures. 

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    Over the past 12 months, construction employment increased 223,000 or 3%. In February, jobs increased by 42,000.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Heather Kurtenbach, a business agent/organizer with Ironworkers Local 86 in Tukwila, Wash. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Vicki O'Leary, a general organizer with Ironworkers International. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Blue Coble, a journeyman ironworker and quality manager with McCarthy Building. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Natalie Tse, SE, LEED AP, a project manager with Tipping Structural Engineers. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Jeanne Park, a union ironworker with the Port of San Francisco. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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    It's Women in Construction Week, and we're celebrating by highlighting an array of women in the steel industry every day this week. Today, we're featuring Nyckey Heath, PE, a project manager with AISC member erector Bosworth Steel Erectors, Inc. Find out how she got her start in the industry, what challenges she's had to overcome, and what changes she'd like to see for the industry moving forward.

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