Old Hollywood Comes to Lincoln With the Annual Design Data Dinner and Reception
Want to find out who wins Best Dressed Individual at a Users Group Conference? How about Most Creative Use of a Neutral File? These awards and more will be handed out during Design Data's Thursday evening reception and dinner during the 2012 SDS/2 Users Group Conference! The conference will be held October 10th through the 12th at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Award winners will receive one of an array of prizes, ranging from gift baskets from Taste of Nebraska and Hollenbeck Farms to gift cards from Amazon, Best Buy and Visa.
The awards celebration will include the presentation of the annual Connectors Club award, as well as the announcement of 2012 SDS/2 Solid Steel Competition winners.
The theme for this year's dinner reception — to be held at the historic Rococo Theatre in downtown Lincoln — is Old Hollywood, so dust off your formal wear and don that cummerbund.
Don't want to break out the tux? We'll be providing FREE tuxedo t-shirts to conference attendees who send an email with their preferred shirt size by September 14th. The shirts will be distributed at the conference only to those who have reserved them ahead of time.
This year's conference is open to non-SDS/2 customers, so forward this information on to anyone who wants to attend!
Midwest Steel Works, Inc. Plays Part in Green Growth Project for Department of Energy
The U.S. Department of Energy's new Energy Systems Integration Facility — located at the DOE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado — will be the only U.S. facility that can conduct integrated megawatt-scale testing of all components and strategies critical to deploying renewable energy.
The 182,500-square-foot facility features 15 state-of-the-art laboratories, approximately 200 office and collaboration spaces, and a high-performance computing data center. Lincoln, Nebraska-based Midwest Steel Works, Inc. detailed and fabricated the project.
To read the rest of this article in the September issue of Modern Steel Construction and learn how Midwest Steel delivered perfect fabrication on the project's assemblies, click here. The article begins on page 23.