Specifying Cold-Formed Steel For Resilient Buildings

The Construction Specifier - April 30, 2021

With the number of weather-and climate-related disasters in the United States on the rise, the engineering and construction industries have rightly prioritized a focus on adopting methods for designing resilient buildings able to withstand hurricanes, wildfires, flooding, and other natural events. As featured in the April 2021 article in The Construction Specifier, outlined by Greg Ralph, "Resilience refers to a building’s ability to withstand, respond to, and recover rapidly from extreme events in a cost-effective manner."  Read the full article here.