Video: On the Job with Iron Workers at One World Trade Center

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Introducing the METALLi e-newsletter

Created by the publishers of Metals in Construction magazine, METALLi is designed to inform its partners in the building industry about emerging technologies using metal.

Read the Spring 2011 Issue of Metals in Construction Online

The latest issue of Metals in Construction contains a wide range of structural steel and ornamental metal projects across the five boroughs. From new academic standouts like the Learning Spring School, Barnard College’s Diana Center, and CCNY’s Marshak Science Building, to community-improving projects like Atlantic Terminal Pavilion, Pall Corporation Headquarters, and Harlem Hospital’s New Patient Pavilion, to award-winning landmark additions to the city—Frank Gehry’s 8 Spruce Street and Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Hypar Pavilion at Lincoln Center—the new issue takes a close look at the architectural innovations that are shaping New York.

Q&A: The State of Super-Tall Towers

( Maura Webber Sadovi talks with Adrian Smith, senior design partner at Chicago-based Adrian Smith+Gordon Gill Architecture, who was recently awarded the 2011 Lynn S. Beedle Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat for his contributions to the field of super-tall buildings.

WTC: Built for the future — with steel

The Steel Institute of New York’s director of industry development, Gary Higbee, AIA, refutes an article published in the June 1, 2011, issue of Real Estate Weekly.