Lunch and Learn : What’s New with the 2016 Code of Standard Practice

December 15, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
 Add to Calendar

Don Halls Guesthouse
1313 W Washington Center Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46825
Venue website

Join us for an opportunity to learn more about the Indiana Structural Engineers Association and earn a free PDH.

Come network with other structural engineers and learn about the recently published 2016 AISC Code of Standard Practice.

Please RSVP by Friday December 9th by purchasing a ticket.

Cost of the ticket is free. 

Presentation:  What’s New with the 2016 Code of Standard Practice

This session will explore the changes in the 2016 AISC Code of Standard Practice, including two of the most significant: the generalization of the AISC Code of Standard Practice to include use of models, either in place of drawings or in combination with them; and an expansion of architecturally exposed structural steel (AESS) requirements to provide for multiple levels of finish. The new standard is now available, announced by AISC in October.

Speaker:  Matthew D. Brady, PE, LEED Green Associate

Matthew is the Upper Midwest Regional Engineer for AISC.  Matthew works with project decision makers to connect members of the design team with the resources of the steel production and fabrication community to help assess the viability of a structural steel option on upcoming projects. He is also an educational resource to the design community on technical and economic aspects of building with structural steel.

Prior to becoming a regional engineer, Matthew worked as an advisor in AISC's Steel Solutions Center for three years. He developed conceptual solutions for many steel structures including parking garages, multi-story residential, office, industrial, educational, and healthcare buildings.

Before joining AISC, Matthew worked in a variety of roles including construction, forensics, and design both as a consulting engineer and an internal designer for A/E firms. He has worked on design of bridges, buildings and non-building structures involving steel design, detailing, fabrication, and erection. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.



$0.00 Member Ticket

$0.00 Guest Ticket