National Steel Bridge Alliance

The Basics of Steel Bridge Design -- Workshop at the 2020 World Steel Bridge Symposium


 

The National Steel Bridge Alliance (NSBA) will be hosting a workshop on the basics of steel bridge design and fabrication on April 21 at the 2020 World Steel Bridge Symposium (WSBS) in Atlanta. From calculating loads to best practices for detailing, this workshop aims to take attendees through the complete design of a 3-span continuous plate girder bridge. 

Whether you are a novice just starting out or an expert in need of a refresher, this workshop will offer something for all levels of experience. Additionally, attendees from federal and state transportation departments will be eligible for complimentary registration and travel expense reimbursement. 

There is no additional cost for World Steel Bridge Symposium attendees, however, registration for the workshop is required. Registration can be completed through the NASCC: The Steel Conference registration website

PDH Credits: 5.0 PDHs

 

TOPIC 

PRESENTER

Conceptual Layout and Framing Plan      Frank Russo, Michael Baker International
Loads Donn Digamon, Georgia Department of Transportation
Basics of Steel Bridge Design Domenic Coletti, HDR, and Brandon Chavel, NSBA
Bolted Field Splices Chris Garrell, NSBA
Steel Bridge Detailing and Fabrication Gary Wisch, DeLong's
Basics of Bridge Welding Ronnie Medlock, High Steel
Modern Corrosion Protection Systems Justin Ocel, FHWA

 

Register
  • Location: World Steel Bridge Symposium | Georgia World Congress Center | Atlanta, GA
  • Date: Tuesday, April 21 | 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  • PDH Credits: 5
  • Cost:

    Free with your 2020 World Steel Bridge Symposium registration.