New advanced steel grades are the lightweight automotive material that best addresses society’s need for reduced greenhouse gas emissions, without compromising safety, performance or affordability.
Steel offers the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any building material, with substantial discounts on builders risk insurance.
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Steel poles are light in weight, easy to install, and require minimal maintenance, making their jobs easier and cutting costs for utility companies.
eSPAN140 provides bridge owners, designers, and county/consulting/state engineers with a single resource to find optimized steel solutions for their projects.
See what our members and customers have to say about the value of collaboration between the automotive/steel industries and how the knowledge gathered at Great Designs in Steel helps them achieve their performance, safety, lightweighting and sustainability goals.
The Steel Recycling Institute released the first industry-wide Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) for Cold-Formed Steel Studs and Track manufactured in the United States and Canada. The EPD quantifies the “cradle-to-gate” life cycle environmental impacts of these products, and can be used by architects and engineers to document these impacts. The EPD, based on a peer-reviewed life cycle assessment (LCA), can also help designers achieve the credits required for building certification within LEED® and other green building rating programs.
The Importance of the Production Phase in Vehicle Life Cycle GHG Emissions
A study showing the material production phase accounts for a significant portion of overall vehicle life cycle emissions; therefore, it must be considered as part of any overall regulatory program to reduce vehicle emissions.
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12/6/2016 - The new research report, RP16-3, is available for free download.
12/2/2016 - The webinar will be held December 13, 2016 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm EST and will award 1.5 CEUs/Learning Units.
11/17/2016 - The Supplement is available to download free of charge at www.aisistandards.org.
11/16/2016 - The awards will be presented in three categories and submissions must be received by February 10, 2017.
11/15/2016 - Roger LaBoube, Ph.D., conducts this webinar designed for architects, engineers, building officials and contractors that awards 1.5 PDHs.
11/10/2016 - AISI was a co-sponsor of testing which resulted in revisions to UL D982, allowing fire protection costs to be cut nearly in half compared with old unrestrained applications.