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October 2010


Articles

A Breathtaking Prelude
By Mitch Gehringer
Kansas City's new performing arts center is a showcase of outstanding steel-framed structures.


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By God's Grace
By Anindya Dutta, S.E., Ph.D. and John D. Meyer, S.E.
Curved steel provides the non-traditional framework for a tradition-laden dome.


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A Texan Extreme Makeover
By Jeffrey S. Koke, P.E.
Three stunning structures combine to anchor the new Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.


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What Would Jefferson Do?
By Seth Rogge, P.E.
Adding modern-day analysis to a classical design yields a light and airy atrium.


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A Structure That Teaches
By Liz Rehwoldt and Zack Stutts
Instrumentation in Marquette University's new engineering building will give students a real-world look at concepts in action.


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Trading Up
By Steve Narkiewicz, P.E.
Using steel for replacement bridges to yield cost savings and environmental benefits.


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Doing the Twist
By Tom Klemens
Three things you should get straight about curved steel.


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Working With Single-Angle Members
By Amanuel Gebremeskel, P.E.
The inherent eccentricities of this popular shape requite the engineer's attention and understanding.


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AISC Certification - Qualified Random Audits
By Dan Kaufman
Qualified random audits will strengthen the AISC Certification program, benefiting certified companies and the entire construction industry.


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Immigration and Employee Qualification Requirements
By Ryan R. Loghry
The unauthorized alien debate continues...but not for contractors.


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How Average Are You?
By Tom Klemens
The recent MSC reader survey showed interesting trends in the information gathering process that may reflect your reading habits, too.


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