Steel Construction Journal VOL. 39 NO. 2 2015

VOL. 39 NO. 2 2015
Focus: Pedestrian Bridges

In this issue:

Contents & Editor’s Note
SAISC COMMENT: The hard questions we must ask ourselves
PROFILE: Steel Services and Allied Industries
INDUSTRY NEWS: Industry news in brief
Dealing with not knowing what you don’t know in steel construction

PROJECTS: Bridges for the people
Daventry Road Bridge, Lynwood, Pretoria
Two ‘historic’ bridges, Johannesburg
Moretele Gardens Pedestrian Bridge, Hammanskraal
Desmond and Leah Tutu Bridge
Plettenburg Bay Pedestrian Bridge
7th Avenue Bridge, Johannesburg
Buitengragt Bridge, Cape Town
Hangar Street Bridge, Bloemfontein
Isando Pedestrian Bridge
Bridges for rural communities

TECHNICAL: Entry level CNC controlled machines – It’s not that expensive
Saving money on passive fire protection – designing composite floors in fire: The Slab Panel Method

SAISC SUBSIDIARIES
SASFA: Steel-frame house turns heads above Hout Bay Harbour
SAMCRA: Cladding vs the weather
SAISC School of Draughting: Snippets

SAISC NEWS: Steel Awards 2015: Sponsors

Calendar of Events
Social snippets
Membership List