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Estimated Tons Recycled By Material Since January 1, 2014
8/28/2014 - Alexander D. Wilson, Manager of Customer Technical Services for ArcelorMittal USA, is the recipient of the 2014 Richard S. Fountain Award.
8/25/2014 - The website provides an updated look and easier access to information about its technology transfer tools and membership opportunities.
8/14/2014 - The test standards are available for downloading free of charge at www.aisistandards.org.
8/13/2014 - The design provisions are for diaphragms consisting of profiled steel decks or panels which include acoustic panels, cellular deck, and composite deck filled with concrete.
8/12/2014 - AISI's S200-series (cold-formed steel framing), S300-series (profiled steel diaphragm) and S900-series (test) standards can be downloaded for free at this new location.
8/8/2014 - Hussam Mahmoud, Ph.D. of Colorado State University presented his lecture on August 7, 2014 to the United States' leading bridge experts.