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Rebar U is the home of CRSI’s growing collection of publicly available e-learning courses and webinars. The Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute (CRSI) is North America’s leading trade organization for the rebar industry.
Bentley ProStructures is a BIM product that includes advanced modeling for concrete (ProConcrete) and structural steel (ProSteel). aSa ProRebar is a version of ProConcrete specially enhanced to meet the needs of the rebar fabrication industry. Promote this powerful BIM suite within the construction industry by voting in the Construction Computing Awards.
A study conducted as part of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Long-Term Bridge Performance (LTBP) Program in conjunction with the National Concrete Bridge Council, looks at reinforcement practices and bridge performance over the past 50+ years.
Several industry organizations have launched a new website, brochure, and technical center focused on galvanized rebar.
In a January article in The Guardian, author Rowan Moore names the “10 Best Concrete Buildings.” The list includes ancient Rome’s Pantheon, as well as restaurants, churches, banks, and more from all over the world.
Surprisingly Awesome is a podcast that takes a seemingly boring subject and explains what’s fascinating about it. In episode #3, the hosts discuss a topic of great importance to our industry: concrete.
Cement production is responsible for about 7 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions, but a Virginia producer and a California researcher are finding ways to make concrete’s key ingredient greener.
A recent article in the Pittsburgh publication teQ discusses the history and impact of aSa and the reinforcing steel industry.
Architectural Digest online recently posted a slide show featuring 15 incredibly unique concrete buildings.
Jim Barr, Director of Product Management, ProConcrete, at Bentley Systems recently wrote an article discussing the fundamental requirements of BIM software for concrete rebar. The article was published in MicroStation Connections.
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