The best, most productive industry connections are made in person. That makes the return of the NASCC: The Steel Conference so important for all of us in the steel industry.
Our teams know the key to successful building projects is building relationships, trust and a spirit of collaboration with our peers. We do that by sharing ideas, networking and learning from colleagues at industry events around the country.
The week of March 21 in Denver, we’ll be doing all that as well as presenting during several educational seminars at the NASCC steel trade show. New Millennium Building Systems can be found in Booth 2211 in the exhibit hall at the Colorado Convention Center. Please stop by; making connections is important to us.
Here are the NASCC presentations featuring New Millennium specialists.
1:10 to 2 p.m. MDT Tuesday, March 22
Vitaliy Degtyarev, S.E., P.E., Ph.D., design and research engineer
Exploring Machine Learning for Predicting Elastic Buckling and Ultimate Moments of Steel Decks in Bending
1 PDH credit
1:45 to 2:45 p.m. MDT Wednesday, March 23 | Room 201
Doug Rees-Evans, quality assurance manager
This session will review design considerations for new materials and systems, and will discuss strategies for using steel systems and materials beyond the bounds of the AISC specification.
1 PDH credit
9:45 to 10:45 a.m. MDT Thursday, March 24 | Room 703
Rich Sellers, project management
Best practices for detailing steel joists and joist girders, highlighting practical guidelines for optimizing the detailing process, reducing RFIs and maximizing coordination.
1 PDH credit
9:15 to 10:15 a.m. MDT Friday, March 25 | Room 203
Joe Pote, P.E., director of research and development
This seminar discusses the usage of K, LH, DLH, and CJ-Series joists in concrete floors and suggests typical span/depth ratios for each type of steel joist.
1 PDH credit
When you stop by our booth, we’re ready to talk about our structural steel building systems and our capabilities. Here are some of the topics we’ve been focused on recently.
Do you have the right tools to overcome the design and construction challenges in evolving building markets? The past two years have changed how we think about the design of the places where we live, work and learn while increasing the demand for warehouses and data centers. Innovative steel building systems are the ideal cost and performance solution for architects, engineers, construction firms and building owners/developers who want to compete in these markets. We have a series of Top 5 guides that show you how.
While in-person events and interactions are returning, our online, live-remote and on-demand credit-hour courses remain popular. We recently introduced five new and updated courses for architects, engineers, project owners and others working with steel building systems. Courses are designed to provide the knowledge and skills to improve project performance, accelerate construction timelines and control project costs. Explore our courses today.
With so many structural steel building systems available, how do you know which is right for your project? Our interactive online design tools are your digital assistant. You can get to spec faster and easier. You can generate load tables and diaphragm design tables customized for your project. You can download steel deck design drawings and specifications.
When you see team New Millennium at a steel trade show, ask us about the items above or anything else. We are at our best when responding to your specific challenge. It’s all part of building success together.
Our team already has been to several regional events this year where we had productive and thought-provoking discussions. If we don’t get to your corner of the country, you can find us at a national trade show later this year. We hope to see you in the exhibit hall soon.
April 12-15, Baltimore, Maryland
April 20-23, Atlanta, Georgia
June 22-25, Chicago, Illinois
Oct. 26-28, Las Vegas, Nevada
These five new and updated continuing education courses for architects, engineers, project owners and others working with steel building systems offer AIA LU/HSW or PDH credit.
Steel roof deck is not a one-size-fits-all product. Specifying the ideal type for your project depends on many factors. So what steel roof deck is best for your project? It depends.
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