In the Club
By Jorien Baza, P.E., and Patrick M. Hassett, S.E.
One Las Vegas nightclub becomes another thanks to an intricate structural addition and reconfiguration project.
By Edwin Najarian, S.E., P.E., and Mohammad Aliaari, S.E., Ph.D.
A California healthcare complex takes structural engineering collaborative design and integrated project delivery to new heights.
Engineering a Future
By Mark Trimble, P.E., and Matt Horne, P.E.
Marshall University’s growing engineering program gets a big boost from its upcoming facility.
Thinking Inside the Box
By Hans Hutton, S.E., and Randy Hitt
Using steel anchor boxes was the right decision for one of the year’s most high-profile bridge projects.
Bracing for Blast
By Patrick Newman, P.E.
AISC’s new Design Guide 26 provides engineers with information on designing structures for blast resistance and progressive collapse.
By Dominick R. Pilla, S.E., P.E., and Michael J. Kaniuczok, P.E.
Steel helps a single-family home and pool house project go swimmingly.
By Zoran Tijardovic, P.E., P.Eng.
An industrial facility downsizes its roof trusses to meet new interior clearance requirements.
By Kristen Chipman
With a few simple tweaks to your safety management process, you’ll be better prepared to avoid injuries as well as manage them if they do occur.
Blast-Resistant Curtain Walls
By Ady Aviram, P.E., Ph.D., Ronald L. Mayes, Ph.D., and Ronald O. Hamburger, S.E.
Innovative cold-formed façade panels make a blast-resistant structural steel frame even more economical.
By Anne Scarlett
Knowing how prospects learn is a critical part of the sales process.
Flying First Class
Taking veterans to and from Washington to visit the National World War II Memorial is an honor for a Peoria area fabricator.
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