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The 2020 World Steel Bridge Symposium at NASCC: The Steel Conference

April 22 - 24 | Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta

Where else would you get an insider's view of the most talked-about bridge project of the year--New York's Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge--and gain a deep understanding of the highly modularized steel super- and substructure solutions that brought it to life? 

You'll also bring home the latest insights on critical topics that span:

  • the results of a nationwide pricing study of both steel and concrete bridges
  • new and proposed changes to the Bridge Welding Code
  • new guide specifications on redundancy
  • and much more from the leading minds in the industry!

View the Advance Program for the complete list of sessions. World Steel Bridge Symposium sessions start on page 33. 

Advance Program



Bridge Pavilion Exhibitors 

The 2020 World Steel Bridge Symposium (WSBS) will take place in conjunction with NASCC: The Steel Conference on April 22-24, 2020 in Atlanta. This year, we have a special section of the exhibit hall specifically for our bridge exhibitors. Check out the list of Bridge Pavilion Exhibitors now!

Bridge Pavilion Exhibitors



Basics of Steel Bridge Design Workshop

The National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) will host a free workshop on the basics of steel bridge design and fabrication on Tuesday, April 21, at the 2020 WSBS in Atlanta. Whether you are a novice just starting out or an expert in need of a refresher, this workshop has something to offer. Learn more about the "Basics of Steel Bridge Design Workshop" and how you can earn 5.0 PDH credits by attending now!

Workshop Info



About the 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. Click here to view past WSBS Conference Proceedings.