Dec. 10, 2015 - West Chester, Ohio — ClarkDietrich Building Systems, a leading provider of cold-formed steel products and services, today announced it will relocate its production facility in Warren, Ohio, to nearby Vienna, Ohio.
ClarkDietrich™ Building Systems to Introduce New Steel Framing Products, BIM Software at Autodesk® University 2015
Global Event Dedicated to Connecting the Latest in Software Innovations to the Building and Design Community Takes Place in Las Vegas Dec. 1-3
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July 7th, 2015 - West Chester, Ohio – ClarkDietrich Building Systems, the largest manufacturer of cold-formed steel framing in North America, announced today a milestone in its ongoing commitment to supplying high-quality, environmentally responsible products.
View the Permitting Wood in Tall Buildings: Need to Reevaluate Building Codes? article in Metal Construction News written by Larry Williams the executive director of the Steel Framing Industry Association (SFIA).
Now with the growing body of evidence of significantly higher risks associated with wood construction, it's time for the construction industry to take a closer look at building codes.