2011 IDEAS2 awards
Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel.
By Emily Lorenz, P.E., LEED AP, and Martha G. Vangeem, P.E., LEED AP
Here are two ways structural engineers can meet the added challenge of accounting for environmental impact.
Greening Steel Construction
By Angela Acree Guggemos, Ph.D., and Shaun Franklin, P.E., LEED GA
Low-impact facility sets high standard for future sustainable construction.
Is a Robot in Your Future?
By Ivan Jivkov
As various machine control technologies begin to mature, the prospect is great for increasing your competitive advantage with robotics.
Expansion Joint Considerations for Buildings
By Matthew D. Brady, P.E.
Guidelines for dealing with dimensional changes in building structures due to changing temperatures.
Let Engineers Be Engineers
By Geoff Weisenberger
As the LEED system continues to evolve, the role of the structural engineer is elevated.
The Only Constant is Change
By Zane Keniston
Why document and data control procedures need to be dynamic within your organization.
It's All About the Process
After plunging into kayaking, Ken Stelter now is helping show others the way to go.
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