Structural News

Vidaris, Inc. honored with CTBUH's 2014 Best Tall Building Americas Finalist Award

New York — Vidaris, Inc., which provides consulting and monitoring services for high-performance buildings and specialty structures, is part of the project team for the United Nations Secretariat Building, which was recently awarded "Finalist" as Best Tall Building Americas by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). This year, only one winner and two finalists were chosen.

CTLGroup forms strategic alliance with Cibor Geoconsultants

Skokie, Ill. — Cibor Geoconsultants joined CTLGroup in a strategic alliance to jointly pursue and execute complex engineering and materials science projects throughout the U.S. and globally. A particular focus will be serving private and public clients in the infrastructure, energy, and oil and gas sectors. The CTLGroup/Cibor alliance will address problems for clients in forensic geotechnical engineering, cement-based materials, structural assessment and structural health monitoring.

Ohio River Bridges lawsuit dismissed

Louisville, Ky. — The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld dismissal of a lawsuit that sought to halt construction of the $2.3 billion Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project. The unanimous ruling from a three-judge panel said an organization opposed to the project failed to raise a single factual issue to support its allegations that the project’s state partners — the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) — violated federal environmental and civil rights laws in carrying out the project.

Standard approved for intumescent coatings to protect structural steel in fire

W. Conshohocken, Pa. — Intumescent coatings produce an insulating char when activated by heat or flame. Such coatings are designed to safeguard the structural integrity of steel under fire conditions and to maintain safe temperatures for a specified period of time. A new ASTM standard will cover the specification, application and inspection of intumescent fire-resistant materials to structural steel.

Built by Women NYC seeks nominations

​New York — The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) received grants from the New York Building Foundation and the New York Council for the Humanities to identify 100 outstanding structures and built environments, either contemporary or historic, designed and/or constructed by women in New York City.

Structal-Bridges lands over $90 million in contracts for New York bridges

Saint-Georges, QC — Structal-Bridges, a division of Canam Group Inc., with U.S. corporate office located in Point of Rocks, Md., obtained two contracts totaling more than $90 million for the fabrication of the steel structures that will replace two major bridges in New York: the New NY Bridge Project to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River owned by the New York State Thruway Authority and the Goethals Bridge that spans the Arthur Kill owned by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

AISI publishes new standard for design of profiled steel diaphragm panels

Washington, D.C. — The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) published a new standard: AISI S310-13, North American Standard for the Design of Profiled Steel Diaphragm Panels. The new standard provides design provisions for diaphragms consisting of profiled steel decks or panels which include acoustic panels, cellular deck, and composite deck filled with concrete.

Horner & Shifrin develops repair plans for Maritz Overpass

St. Louis — Horner & Shifrin (H&S) developed plans for repairing the Maritz Overpass on Interstate 44 for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). In June, the bridge was struck by an over-height commercial vehicle, severely damaging two of its steel plate girders and causing slight damage to four more.

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