Cast Connex Fall Webinar Series
Steel Castings for Complex and Heavily Loaded Connections
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Michael Gray, Ph.D., P.Eng., Executive Vice President, Cast Connex
Michael is a co-founder and Executive VP of Cast Connex. He possesses a Doctorate in Civil Engineering and has co-developed several patented devices for seismic performance of steel structures.
Enhance Seismic Performance
The Berkeley Art Museum in California and Algonquin College in Ontario, Canada are on opposite coasts but have one thing in common: they’re both situated in earthquake zones. Learn how architects and engineers can design and build more resilient systems to withstand earthquake loading.
Solve Challenges Creatively
The use of steel castings in building and bridge design is ever increasing. The freeform geometry inherent in the steel casting manufacturing process has led to castings becoming a preferred solution for architecturally exposed steel connections. However, freedom of geometry can also be leveraged to provide elegant solutions to the most difficult engineering challenges
We’ll take a look at some big, tough steel castings that are used to simplify design, fabrication and erection of complex structural connections, and examine their specification and design.
Exclusive Behind the Scenes Access
Get a rare and exciting look into the casting manufacturing process: Quite simply, one of the most innovative processes in steel technology.
Get the Tools You Need to Design & Specify (free)
Stay until the end to access free downloads and tools that will keep you inspired and help take your designs to the next level.
Learn how pre Learn how pre-engineered standardized castings provide high quality AESS connections for projects of any budget