2022 Updates to the AISC Code of Standard Practice
The 2022 AISC Code of Standard Practice included substantial changes to ensure that more complete design documents are produced. In addition, all terminology was harmonized with all AISC Standards. New terminology was introduced, such as Contract Documents, Construction Documents, and Alternate Delivery Methods. In addition, there are new requirements to meet the International Building Code and requirements for the approval of documents.
- Understanding the differences between Construction Documents and Contract Documents.
- Learning the new requirements for complete construction documents.
- Learn how the changes in the AISC Code of Standard Practice and IBC relate to each other.
AISC is sweetening the pot by raffling a 16th Ed. Steel Construction Manual at this Dinner Meeting. We hope you can make it!
1 CE credit will be issued for this event. CE certificates will be emailed to all attendees within a week after the event.
Cliff Dwellers Club -- 200 S. Michigan Ave, 22nd Floor
- Cliff Dwellers Salad of Baby Greens with Balsamic Mushroom Vinaigrette
- Stuffed Chicken Breast With Spinach, Pine Nuts and Sundried Tomato
- Carrot Cake
Presentation time: 6:00 – 7:00 pm; Cocktail hour: 5 – 6 pm
In Person: Member - $75; Non-Member - $115
Live Streaming: Member - $35; Non-Member - $50
Registration for in-person attendance closes Friday, September 29th at 9am CST.
Registration for online attendance closes Monday, October 2nd at 4pm CST.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about registration after the above date, though note that registration is not guaranteed.
About the Speaker
Owner - Kruth Engineering, LLC
Larry is the owner of Kruth Engineering, LLC. He is a consultant on a broad range of consulting services for steel construction, including Steel Fabrication, Steel Erection, Safety, Quality, and Connection Design. Previously, he was AISC Vice President of Engineering and Research. He has over forty years of structural engineering experience and is a Registered Professional Engineer in Michigan and Pennsylvania. He has served on the AISC Board of Directors and as the Chair of the AISC TC-12 Quality Control & Assurance Specification Committee. He is a member of the AISC Research Committee, AISC TC-6 Connection Design Specification Committee, AISC TC-12 Quality Control & Assurance Specification Committee, AISC Full Specification Committee, AISC Structural Stainless Steel Specification Committee, AISC Manual Committee, and Chair of the Research Council on Structural Connections Specification Committee. He was named the 2011 Structural Engineer of the Year by the Structural Engineers Association of Michigan. In 2023, Larry was made an Honorary Member of AISC by the Board of Directors of AISC. Only 13 others have received this award since AISC's founding in 1921.