Welcome to the MSC page of extra photos, a collection of images above and beyond those that have appeared in recent issues of Modern Steel Construction.
A gallery celebrating the visual experience of steel.
A supplement to the article “Creating Art in Unlikely Places,” published in the October 2011 issue of MSC, offering samples of Ellifritt’s painting, both standard watercolors and fore-edge; writing; and his Steel Sculpture.
A collection of photo galleries from the winning entries in AISC’s 2011 IDEAS2 program.
A collection of Jennifer Jernigan’s favorite photos of some things that aren’t steel.
A photo collection showing the construction of Ken Stelter’s cedar strip kayak, and a few outings as well.
A collection of photos from Hollie Noveletsky showcasing her volunteer experiences.
A gallery of erecting a new steel frame inside the historic Ottawa Street Power Station in Lansing, Mich.
A steel-framed walkway through the treetops offers great perspectives on the structure as well as the foliage.
Cantilevered steel stair treads at a swank new Manhattan retail outlet - how did they do that?
It’s not a word often used to describe structural steel projects, but the Schuff-Perini Climber clearly says “Fun!”
Teams from 46 colleges and universities were in the final round of competition held May 28-29, 2010, on the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
The Guinness Storehouse, which today is the company’s visitor center, was built from 1902-1904 in Dublin, Ireland. It was the first multi-story steel frame structure in the British Isles and remains a legacy of quality craftsmanship.
Opened in December 2009, the Samuel Beckett Bridge resembles an Irish harp lying across the River Liffey in downtown Dublin, Ireland.