Made in America?
By Angela R. Stephens
Buyer beware: Loopholes in two acts that mandate domestic construction materials actually allow for buying materials produced overseas.
By Robert Hyland, P.E., and Jeff Adams, P.E.
The Fighting Illini football team showcases its talent in a newly renovated Memorial Stadium.
By Kevin C. Poulin, Ph.d., P.e., and
And the winner is... A new home for the Heisman Trophy and a new shrine for American sports history
By Ashley G. Parker, P.E.
Historic warehouses are transformed into a modern shopping destination in North Carolina’s capital city.
Keeping Corrosion Contained
By Wing Ho, P.E.
Parking garage corrosion? Don’t rebuild—rehab!
By Benjamin R. Baer, P.E., S.E.
They aren’t structural, but they keep you from falling: railings.
By Jeffery S. Lee, FAIA
A modern backdrop for classic theater in the park.
Miscellaneous Metals: The Devil is in the Details
By Ted Hazledine
Obtuse direction relating to miscellaneous steel can lead to acute problems.
Out in the Open
By Keith A. Grubb, P.E., S.E.
Tough environments call for even tougher steel.
Business Velocity: An Introduction to Lean Six Sigma
By Larry Martof
Is your business moving in the right direction?
Plain(s) and not so Simple
By Erika Winters-Downey, S.E.
Steel in the hinterlands: Meet AISC’s Great Plains regional engineer.
Keeping Candidates Interested
By Timothy R. Johnson
When the economy picks up, you’ll want to have some good prospects ready to step up to the plate.
By Eddie Williams
Reducing fabrication and erection costs of shelf-angle supports.
Making Simple Connections in Engineering
By Thomas W. Hartmann, P.E.
Part of good engineering is good, old-fashioned intuition.
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