NASCC: The Steel Conference

Architecture in Steel Conference


What is the Architecture in Steel Conference?

The Architecture in Steel conference takes place in conjunction with NASCC: The Steel Conference and is a tailored collection of unique sessions for architects. Offering AIA Learning Units, HSW credits, and GBCI continuing education hours, the Architecture in Steel conference is the newest education and networking event for architects designing with structural steel. Engage with your fellow architects in this concentrated program and learn about the latest exciting innovations in steel framing systems and how they can be applied to your upcoming projects.



Participants earn one LU for each hour of participation at designated sessions at The Steel Conference. A variety of LU sessions are eligible for Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) credit. Please provide your AIA member number during the registration process to receive credit for the courses you attend.

A numeric session-specific code will be given during each session so only those who participate will have access to the code. It is critical that you keep track of your session codes as this is the only way you will be able to obtain your LU and/or HSW credit. After registering your attended sessions, AISC will register your attended sessions with the AIA Continuing Education System (CES).


The Steel Conference does not offer conventional proceedings. Instead, approximately 45 days after the conference, we post slide shows (complete with audio) of many of the presentations. Visit our education archives to view recordings from past conferences.


 Any questions regarding the Architecture in Steel program can be directed to the following contacts:

Architects in the NY Area | Jacinda Collins (

All other Architects | Alex Morales (