Need For Speed: How to increase the speed of steel construction by 50% by 2025

Need For Speed: How to increase the speed of steel construction by 50% by 2025

A few years ago, the American Institute of Steel Construction set an audacious goal: increase the speed of designing, fabricating, and erecting steel buildings and bridges by 50% by the end of 2025.

And we’re well on our way, thanks to innovative designers, researchers, fabricators, vendors, and other industry experts! You’ve probably heard about SpeedCore, the revolutionary structural system that enables lightning-fast erection, or how robotic welding and novel connections are launching steel fabrication to new levels of speed and efficiency.

But there’s a lot more to come. Join AISC Vice President of Engineering and Research and ASCE-Architectural Engineering Institute Past-President Christopher H. Raebel, SE, PE, PhD, to learn how you can harness these innovations right now. He’ll also give you a glimpse into how AISC’s ongoing and future initiatives can make design, fabrication, and construction even faster. This webinar is presented by AISC and ASCE-AEI.

Date: 2/2/2023

Time: 12:30 p.m. Central

Duration: 1.0 hours

Registration Deadline: 2/2/2023 12:15 p.m. Central

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Christopher H. Raebel, SE, PE, PhD, is the vice president of engineering and research at AISC, and he serves as past president of ASCE-AEI. His areas of expertise include structural steel design; steel connection analysis and design; robustness in steel-framed structures; floor vibrations due to occupant activities; and engineering education. Prior to joining AISC in 2022, Raebel was a faculty member and department chair in the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). In 2016, Raebel was one of the first recipients of AISC’s Early Career Faculty Award, which has since been renamed to honor Terry Peshia. He was the chair of the 2015 AEI Conference, and he received AISC-AEI’s 2016 Outstanding Administrative Service Award. Raebel holds a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from MSOE, a master’s degree in architectural engineering from the Pennsylvania State University, and a doctoral degree in civil engineering from Marquette University. He’s a licensed professional engineer in seven states, and he’s a licensed structural engineer in Illinois.

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Thursday, February 02, 2023

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