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June 2004


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2004 Listing of Quality Certified Erectors
Certified steel erectors. For the latest certification information, click here.


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Back to School
By Beth S. Pollak
The University of Oregon's Lillis Business Complex in Eugene, OR, used steel to provide an open classroom environment and a model for sustainable design. (496 KB)


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Can You Hear Me Now?
By Beth S. Pollak
OSHA's new Forms 300 and 300A require employers to keep track of work-related hearing loss. (40 KB)


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Classic Revival
By Beth S. Pollak with Kenneth E. Dahl, P.E.
Seattle's Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, originally built in 1927, was given a major structural and architectural overhaul that included designing to achieve a silver LEED™ rating.


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Creative Quarters
By Beth S. Pollak, with Fred Teitgen, P.E.
The steel-framed expansion of Harley-Davidson's Willie G. Davidson Product Development Center in Wauwatosa, WI is a sustainable structure designed for innovative thinking. (251 KB)


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Design for Deconstruction
By Michael Pulaski, Christopher Hewitt, Michael Horman, Ph.D. and Bradley Guy
The complete sustainable-design cycle includes provisions for the re-use of building components at the end of a structure's design life.


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Estimating and Project Management Software Products


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Green Acres
By William B. Kussro, P.E., S.E.
A new truck-assembly building for the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI integrates green building concepts into a modern manufacturing facility. (183 KB)


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Joining Forces
By Cynthia J. Duncan
AISC's steel design specifications merge in 2005.


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Outdoors Inside
By Beth S. Pollak
The Oregon Department of Forestry's new Operations Building combines structural steel and re-sawn timber to create attractive offices. (361 KB)


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Rapid Rehabilitation
By James A. Swanson and Joe Windau
A design-build contract helped complete a typically 18-month bridge rehabilitation in only 47 days.


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Safety Products


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