NASCC: The Steel Conference
This Year's Specialty Conferences
NASCC: The Steel Conference is the premier event for structural engineers, fabricators, detailers, erectors, and architects to come together to learn about innovations in the design and construction of fabricated steel buildings and bridges. The event also includes a series of specialty conferences: The World Steel Bridge Symposium, SSRC Annual Stability Conference, QualityCon, NISD Steel Detailing Conference, and Architecture in Steel. Admission to all of the conferences, which offer nearly 250 technical sessions, is included with a single registration.
World Steel Bridge Symposium
The World Steel Bridge Symposium (WSBS) brings together bridge design engineers, construction professionals, academics, transportation officials, fabricators, erectors, and constructors to discuss and learn state-of-the-art practices for enhancing steel bridge design, fabrication, and construction techniques.
We're debuting the first-ever structural steel quality conference! With more than 20 sessions, industry experts will share the latest on both the principles of quality management and specifics on how improving your quality process will boost your bottom-line. Whether you are AISC-certified, a fabricator, an erector, or just want to learn more about quality systems, these sessions are for you! You will leave QualityCon with ideas and tools that will bring immediate value to your fabrication or erection jobsite.
SSRC Annual Stability Conference
The Structural Stability Research Council's (SSCR) Annual Stability Conference has been held in conjunction with the Steel Conference since 2001. In addition to 13 sessions with more than 60 papers, the SSRC Conference includes the 2020 Beedle Award and 2019 MAJR Medal presentations. SSRC also holds its annual meeting immediately prior to the SSRC Conference. Admission to all SSRC Conference sessions is included with your registration.
Architecture in Steel Conference
The Architecture in Steel Conference, which offers AIA LUs, offers exciting sessions on topics such as sustainability, performance-based fire design, facades, and designing with new materials. It's also a prime opportunity for architects to meet other designers with similar interests as well as engineers and fabricators.