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As part of its vision to “create experiences that people are amazed by,” the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park has produced CLIFFWALK.
CISC is pleased to launch our new Education and Research programs as part of a renewed focus on strengthening the research and education activities we conduct on behalf of our members & associates.
The Nova Scotia Power Corporate Headquarters site occupies a prominent location in downtown Halifax.
Structural steel was used to overcome numerous design and construction challenges for the architecturally complex museum superstructure.
The scope of the project included upgrading approximately 37 kilometres of highway, including the existing bridge crossing of the Fraser River.
When the University of Manitoba required a new student residence, the only solution was to go over and up – above the Pembina Hall service centre.
Winning projects showcase the engineering feats, architectural versatility and sustainability features that are possible with steel
CISC is pleased to launch our new Education & Research programs as part of a renewed focus on strengthening the education and research activities we conduct on behalf of our members and associates.
CISC’s new education and research programs will integrate all of the activities and programs of the SSEF and CISC and will be overseen by the newly formed CISC Education & Research Council.
The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction, on behalf of the Canadian steel industry, would like to congratulate the City of Hamilton, Canada’s Steel capital, Mayor Rick Bonnette and Council for passing a resolution calling on municipal, provincial and federal governments to support free, fair and reciprocal trade practices between the US and Canada.
The CISC family of members and associates held yet another successful SteelDay on September 19, 2014.
The construction of the new Bridge began in May 2013 but has recently faced major delays due to the quality of the offshore steel that is being supplied to the project.
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The CISC continues to intensify its advocacy efforts and is leading the charge in engaging stakeholders at all levels of government and industry across the country on the key issues that impact our industry.
The CISC promotes dialogue, collaboration and commerce between industry stakeholders – advancing the benefits of steel to the consulting community, builders and buyers, academia and government.
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LIMIT STATES DESIGN
This book serves as a comprehensive teaching text for universities and technical colleges, and also as a valuable reference document for practicing engineers. It offers an explanation of the philosophy and
practical application of limit states design procedures and provides comments on design requirements contained in S16-09.
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