The Steel Conference
Registration & Housing
Registration and Housing will open on Monday, January 15! You will recieve an email on January 15 with registration instructions.
Complimentary Speaker registration includes:
- Entrance to all functions held in the Exhibit Hall
- Includes: Wednesday Welcome Lunch; Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Coffee Breaks; Thursday and Friday Boxed Lunch
- Entrance to all sessions except for the Short Courses
- Short Courses, Guest Registration and spouse/guest tours can all be purchased separately online
- (1) Ticket to the Thursday Conference Dinner
Speaker/ Moderator Breakfast
The Speaker/ Moderator breakfast will take place on Wednesday, April 11 from 7:00-8:30 a.m. The location will be annouced closer to the conference. We hope to see you there!
Please check back soon for presentation tips, official NASCC: The Steel Conference powerpoint slides, and more! Until then, view our Speaker Prep Webinar.
To obtain the PDH credit, participants must register their attendance at each session for which they are requesting credit. A numeric session-specific code will be assigned to each session and only those who participate will have access to the code. As a speaker, you need to announce the PDH code at the beginning and end of your presentation. Additionally, we prefer you include it on your first and last slides. The list of PDH codes will be posted here in February. Please do not give these codes or this link to anyone else!
Dress Code Policy
Business casual attire is recommended for the conference. Attendees and exhibitors should dress in office appropriate attire. If you have any questions about what is appropriate, please email Scott Melnick at email@example.com for additional information.
Travel reimbursement form and deadlines, coming soon!
Note: We will only accept reimbursements requested with the official Steel Conference expense form. These policies ONLY apply to NASCC: The Steel Conference speakers/moderators including those presenting in the bridge, business, case study, connections, constructability, design & analysis, detailing, erection, project management, quality, roundtable, shop operations, sustainability, and technology tracks. If you are speaking at the SSRC Annual Stability Conference, or any of the other co-located events, please contact the event organizer for the specific policy that applies to you. If you have any questions, email Scott Melnick at firstname.lastname@example.org.