Structural News

New ASTM standard supports high-tech management of facility assets

ASTM International published a new standard to help identify and classify building systems, components, sub-components and their attributes. The new standard (E3035, Classification for Facility Asset Component Tracking System (FACTS)) will optimize how assets and their associated functions and attributes are identified, tracked and used in modern buildings.

Registration opens for 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference

NASCC: The Steel Conference, presented annually by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), is the structural steel industry's premier educational event and tradeshow where the latest concepts, techniques and products are put on display.

Sustainable bus facility earns honors

The South Bay Bus Maintenance Facility in Chula Vista, Calif., received a distinguished Honor Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of California’s (ACEC-CA) Engineering Excellence Awards program in the Building/Technology Systems category.

Second Annual Building Seismic Safety Council Colloquium scheduled

Plan to join the National Institute of Building Sciences Building Seismic Safety Council (BSSC) to find out about the latest on the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP), NEHRP Recommended Provisions for New Buildings and Other Structures, and Project 17, Development of Next-Generation Seismic Maps when the BSSC presents its Second Annual BSSC Colloquium

New bridge marked by sculptural sails

It took more than 2,000 cables to make up four sculptural sails marking the gateways to the recently completed Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge, which links the cities of Worcester and Shrewsbury, Mass. together.

Wight & Company breaks ground on Science and Learning Center

Wight & Company joined client Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota (Saint Mary’s) this fall to celebrate the groundbreaking for a major campus addition. Wight was chosen by Saint Mary’s to create a new $19 million Science and Learning Center for the university’s Winona Campus.

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