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Industry News Roundup: September 5September 5, 2014
This week’s news resources:
The three-story, soaring atrium roof designed using SDS/2 for Washington University in St. Louis was featured on the cover of Structure Magazine.
Our partner AceCad Software will hold an event for SteelDay on September 19 at our customer Drake-Williams Steel's facility in Aurora, Colorado. SteelDay is the largest event to support education and networking in the structural steel industry. Learn more about the event on AceCad’s website.
Copenhagen separated pedestrians and cyclists with a two-lane SkyWalk stretching across the city’s inner harbor. More than 12,000 cyclists now have a view when riding across the 235-meter-long steel bridge. See it in ASCE's Civil Engineering Magazine.
Elenberg Fraser Architects released plans for Melbourne’s tallest residential tower aimed to change the landscape of Australia’s Victoria state. The 75-story tower will have an optically transformative façade and botanical aesthetic. See the video on Building Design + Construction.
In case you missed our latest blog post:
The 2014 Solid Steel Competition submission period ends today! Our blog post has details on submission, judging, categories and the prizes we're giving away to winners next month at the 2014 SDS/2 Users Group Conference in Lincoln, Nebraska.