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BuildSteel Releases e-Book to Help Building Professionals Meet Project Goals with Cold-formed Steel Trusses

pdubey@v1-media.com on October 23, 2017 - in Buildings, Structural components

WASHINGTON, D.C.  – BuildSteel, a partnership of steel and construction industry organizations, announced the release of “Cold-Formed Steel Trusses: Design, Performance, and Advantages,” a complimentary e-book to help building owners, architects, contractors and engineers better understand how cold-formed steel (CFS) truss systems can help them in their next project.

 

“Cold-formed steel trusses are among the most efficient systems for use in non-residential and multi-family construction,” said Dan Snyder, director of BuildSteel. “In a competitive marketplace, CFS trusses provide a cost-effective option to help differentiate projects, deliver value and meet project goals.”

 

Within the e-book, building professionals will learn:

  • Why multi-family and mid-rise projects benefit from CFS trusses
  • How CFS trusses help solve complex challenges and support design flexibility
  • How CFS truss systems deliver on performance and lifecycle savings

 

“Cold-Formed Steel Trusses: Design, Performance, and Advantages” can be downloaded at http://www.buildsteel.org/ebook-cold-formed-steel-trusses-design-performance-and-advantages/.

 

For more information about BuildSteel, to request complimentary project assistance, or to sign up for the latest information and resources in cold-formed steel framing, visit http://www.buildsteel.org.

 

About BuildSteel
BuildSteel is a partnership of cold-formed steel framing manufacturers, suppliers, producers and industry organizations offering building professionals resources and complimentary project assistance related to the use of cold-formed steel framing in multi-family and non-residential building projects. As a centralized source for information, BuildSteel offers resources to help move cold-formed steel framing projects forward efficiently and effectively. For more information, visit www.buildsteel.org and follow BuildSteel on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.

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