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JUL 18

Industry News Roundup: July 18

This week’s news resources:

Quality structural steel engineering is key to a project's success.

“A good structural engineer understands the insides of a built structure; it comes from experience, by doing things from scratch and knowing how the built environment behaves and having a feel on the size of the structural elements and their behavior.” Find out more at Big Project Middle East.

This enormous steel-framed bunker is the centerpiece of Mitsubishi Power Systems' new gas turbine testing facility. Learn more about the project and how steel made it possible at Modern Steel.

AISC is offering a four-part webinar series “Fundamentals of Connection Design” beginning on July 31. The first two sessions will focus on the fundamentals, while the last two will concentrate on shear connections. Learn more and find out how to register on AISC's website.

In case you missed our latest blog post: 

We're heading to Nashville next week for the 2014 HydroVision International conference! Read more in our blog post

JUL 17

Design Data headed to Nashville for HydroVision International next week

Next week we’ll be packing our bags and heading to Nashville, Tennessee, for Hydrovision International 2014.

Now in its 20th year, Hydrovision International is the world’s largest hydro event with conference with more than 3,000 attendees and over 300 exhibitors.

The HydroVision International Conference and Exhibition offers attendees countless opportunities to network, share best practices, meet with product and service providers, talk to influential hydro decision-makers and more.

For the first time, we’ll be at Hydrovision International to exhibit our SDS/2 software and how it can benefit the hydro industry. We’ll be in booth #1344, so if you’re at the conference stop by and check us out.

Not registered for Hydrovision International 2014? There’s still time to register on Hydrovision International’s website.

JUL 11

Industry News Roundup: July 11

This week’s news resources:

At nearly 400 feet tall, the crane used to construct the new Vikings Stadium in Minneapolis is the third largest. See how these builders delivered the crane in about 70 truckloads and will have 11 days to erect it. See it come together on the Vikings website.

This 18-story building opened up 7,000 square feet of rentable space without altering its footprint. Learn how they pulled it off on ASCE’s website.

Yesterday, Chicago's Clark St. Bridge turned 85! Learn more about the historic bridge at Modern Steel.

In case you missed our latest blog post: 

See how MWD Steel Fabrication, LLC uses SDS/2 in their steel detailing and fabricating projects in our latest blog post.

2014 SDS/2 Users Group Registration

Registration for the 2014 SDS/2 Users Group conference is NOW OPEN! Check out the conference schedule and register now!