Attendees will receive 4 hours of CU credit
Lessons Learned: Do's and Don't for Specifying Open Web Joists and Joists Girders This presentation reviews information required when using joists and joist girders. Eric will also share information from past projects to show best practices (Do’s) to employ for general notes, loads, designating joists and joist girders. He will also explain the (Don’t) to ensure projects with joist and joist girders are completed with minimal interruptions, i.e. RFIs
Diaphragm Design with Steel Deck will expand your knowledge of steel deck diaphragms for roof and floor decks, including the requirements of the ANSI/AISI S310 North American Standard for the Design of Profiled Steel Diaphragm Panels. The basis of this presentation is the new Fourth Edition of the Steel Deck Institute (SDI) Diaphragm Design Manual (DDM04) and AISI S310-16. Topics to be discussed include diaphragm strength and stiffness, fasteners and connections, and warping, stiffness properties and on-line tools. The greatly expanded Design Examples and Load Tables that are included in DDM04 will also be discussed. The goal of this webinar is to enable the participant to design steel deck diaphragms with greater efficiency resulting in lower construction costs.
Retrofitting Buildings With Steel Joists will have three parts. First, we will discuss and show examples of joists needing to be retrofitted. Second, we will demonstrate methods to evaluate existing open web steel joists and Joist Girders for revised loading conditions. The last part will demonstrate the methods with examples of how to modify existing open web joists. This presentation parallels the Steel Joist Institute publication, Technical Digest No. 12 “Evaluation and Modification of Open Web Steel Joists and Joist Girders.”
Design of Steel Deck For Concentrated & Non-uniform Loading - Steel floor and roof deck manufacturers provide load tables for uniform loading, but how should concentrated and nonuniform loads be considered in design? This session will provide designers with the tools needed to handle these situations, including concentrated loads from rack systems, scissor lifts, mechanical equipment, forklifts, and rooftop equipment.
|Lessons Learned: Do and Don't for Specifying Open Web Joists and Joists Girders||Eric Siew, Gooder-Henrichen|
|Diaphragm Design with Steel Deck||Mike Antici, Vulcraft - South Carolina|
|Retrofitting Buildings With Steel Joists||Eric Siew, Gooder-Henrichen|
|Design of Steel Deck For Concentrated & Non-uniform Loading||Mike Antici, Vulcraft - South Carolina|
150 N. Riverside
Registration is $220 for members and $295 for non-members.
Eric Siew, Vice President and Co-owner of Gooder Henrichsen Co., Chicago Hts, IL
Gooder Henrichsen is a 90 plus years old company and is a manufacturer of steel joist and steel deck located south of Chicago. Eric is a professional engineer and a graduate of Kansas State University with a BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Structural Engineering. He has been in the joist industry for 30 years. An active member of Steel Joist Institute, he had been a member of the Engineering Practice Committee and is a current member of the Education Committee. Eric also sits on the Board of Director for the Steel Deck Institute.
Mike Antici, Design Engineer, Vulcraft, Florence, SC
Mike Antici P.E., is a Design Engineer for the Vulcraft plant in Florence, SC. He has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from The University of Southwestern Louisiana. Mike is Chairman of the Education Committee of the Steel Deck Institute. He is a licensed Professional Engineer.