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Legendary structural engineer Gene Corley passes away
March 04,2013

CTLGroup, an expert engineering and materials science firm located in Skokie, Illinois, is saddened by the news that W. Gene Corley, Ph.D., S.E.,...

Lend Lease builds world's tallest timber apartment building
February 28,2013

Construction giant Lend Lease recently put the finishing touches on Forté, a 10-story apartment complex in Melbourne, Australia's Victoria Harbour...

February 26,2013

New design values for all sizes and grades of visually graded Southern Pine dimension lumber were published in the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau...

CRSI releases new technical note on stainless steel reinforcing bars
February 26,2013

The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) has released a new technical note, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Stainless Steel...

Integral bacteria make limestone when water infiltrates concrete, sealing cracks
February 22,2013

Two researchers from Delft Technical University in Holland have developed a self-healing cement that can stop microcracks from forming in concrete...

October 15,2012

New members will immediately begin serving on the AISC Board of Directors, assisting with the organization's planning and leadership in the steel...

Towers 1 and 2—about 450 meters and 390 meters tall, respectively—share an archi
May 14,2012

Supertall two-tower complex located in Seoul’s Yongsan International Business District.

Four types of sustainable roofing systems from Tremco Roofing and Building Maint
February 17,2012

Changes were so extensive that the certification is for new construction and not for renovation; officially, the building is LEED-NC.

October 14,2011

AISC is working to bring that vision to reality by developing a three-step interoperability strategy to evaluate data exchanges and integrate...

May 10,2011

Roberto Leon, William Segui, Atorod Azizinamini, David Platten, Reidar Bjorhovde, Karl Frank, David I. Ruby, and Jon Magnusson are honored by the...