New AISC Standard, Seismic Provisions for Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Structural Steel Buildings (AISC 342), Available for Public Review
September 30, 2019
Portions of the current draft of a new AISC standard, Seismic Provisions for Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Structural Steel Buildings (AISC 342), are now available for public review until November 4, 2019. The standard will provide provisions to be used with ASCE/SEI 41 for the seismic evaluation and retrofit of existing structural steel buildings, and is expected to replace Chapter 9 of that document.
The standard is available for download on the AISC website at along with the review form. Copies are also available (for a $35 nominal charge) by calling 312.670.5411. Please submit comments using the form provided online to Cynthia J. Duncan, AISC's director of engineering () by November 4, 2019, for consideration.
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