Structural News

UC San Diego to shake test mid-rise cold-formed steel building systems

The University of California San Diego, along with their partners including SWS Panel and Truss, the builders of the engineered Mid-Rise Cold-Formed Steel (CFS) Building Wall Systems, is preparing for the largest simulated earthquake testing on June 15 in San Diego, less than a week after a recorded 5.2 real earthquake took place in San Diego.

Gould Evans submits design for San Francisco mixed-use residential tower

Architecture and planning firm Gould Evans on behalf of project sponsor Align Real Estate, submitted a Downtown Project Authorization Application (Planning Code Section 309 Application) to the San Francisco Planning Department for a new mixed-use residential tower at 30 Otis Street. If approved, the proposed 250-foot tower accompanied by an 85-foot podium building will be part of the strategic revitalization of this transit-rich, underdeveloped corner of the city.

Call for entries now open for 2017 IDEAS2 Awards

Architectural and engineering firms, structural steel companies, general contractors and owners are encouraged to enter their steel-framed building projects in the 2017 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) Awards competition.

Fabric building wins Canadian solar award

Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) awarded “Game Changer Project of the Year” to Legacy Building Solutions’ Solar Ship Brantford off-grid hangar, a joint venture with Canadian Energy and Solar Ship Inc.

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