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Interactive Blue Book now available

Produced by the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) on behalf of Steel for Life, a new interactive version of the Blue Book is now available. The comprehensive …

Mcr Calculation software

David Brown and Ibrahim Fahdah of the SCI introduce the new design tool on

Barometer says outlook is fine for steel

Official government statistics on construction workloads have been less than encouraging recently, but industry reports contradict this and suggest that demand …

Floor dynamics – no need to get over-excited!

Accompanying this issue of New Steel Construction is a brochure summarising the issue of floor dynamics and what the structure designer should do to confirm …

Dynamic response calculator available now

New design software that allows designers to make an immediate assessment of the dynamic response of a floor solution is now available at …

Annual Review highlights the best of New Steel Construction

The best and most innovative project reports of the year, plus technical articles explaining the current issues affecting the steel construction sector are all …

Composite beam checking tool upgraded

The Composite Beam Checking Tool on www.steelconstruction.info has been upgraded to include the latest guidance in SCI-P405 Minimum degree of shear connection …

New steel sector education and marketing initiative

BCSA has launched Steel for Life – a new market development programme designed to ensure that steel maintains and develops its leading position as the …

Frame stability tool available online

A new web-based frame stability tool that evaluates the stability of multi-storey braced frames, in accordance with BS EN 1993-1-1 is now available at: …

New Steel Construction returns to print format

After one year as a digital only publication, New Steel Construction (NSC) is reverting to a traditional paper format as from the Structural Steel Design …

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