March 2012
Construction Specifier;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to the construction industry of the U.S. It mentions about S202-11, Code of Standard Practice for Cold-formed Steel Structural Framing published by American Iron and Steel Institute Inc. It informs that thirty-one new documents have been added to American Institute of Architects' Documents-on-Demand. It also informs about the book "Materiality and Interior Construction," by Nancy Gesimondo and Jim Postell on the choice of material for interior spaces.


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