The Steel Institute Of New York

The Steel Institute of New York is a not-for-profit association created in 1972 to advance the interests of the steel construction industry. In this regard, the Institute sponsors programs to aid developers, architects, engineers and construction managers in using structural steel for buildings and structures. The geographical area served by the Institute encompasses the City of New York and the adjacent counties of Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester.

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Created by the publishers of METALS IN CONSTRUCTION magazine, our newsletter informs readers about Institute news and events, as well as about emerging technologies using metal—ornamental and structural—in creating high-performance buildings and sustainable architecture around the globe.

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