Steel just got smarter and attendees at NASCC 2019 witnessed it first hand at the Qnect booth and in the sessions. Once again we can say, “Qnect had a successful week at NASCC: The Steel Conference.”
Seeing our customers, partners and other members of the steel industry is always a highlight at this annual event. In addition, we gained more customers, demonstrated new product capabilities, enjoyed the Thursday Conference Dinner and soaked in the positive energy so many were feeling in the St. Louis Convention Center.
If you were able to join us, you might have been one of many that sat in on our Product Showcase and Exhibitor Workshop. The Product Showcase, “Using Qnect for Value Engineering and Project Optimization” and the Exhibitor Workshop “How to Leverage Tekla + Qnect for Estimodeling” have information that can also be found in the webinars linked above.
During the conference, we had literature that highlighted our work with the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, The Harper and 211 Rantoul. We also arranged a panel of 4 top engineering firms who used Qnect on 4 high profile projects: KPFF on Seatac Airport, WSP on a 60 story tower at Hudson Yards, Meyer Borgman and Johnson on Vassar Hospital and Walter P. Moore on Sparkman Wharf.
Lots of people have already requested a personal post-show demo either because they were unable to get one at the booth or because they needed more team members to sit in. For all of you, you can request a personal demo by filling out this form or contacting Christian Erickson directly at Christian@Qnect.com and we’ll arrange a time.
Visit our Facebook page to see the photo album from the conference, including a few pictures of the Booth, the Exhibitor Workshop and a few more fun, candid pictures. Are you in there?
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We look forward to seeing you throughout the year and in Atlanta for #NASCC20! And...a special thanks to AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction) for another great event.
About AISC: American Institute Of Steel Construction
The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), headquartered in Chicago, is a not-for-profit technical institute and trade association established in 1921 to serve the structural steel design community and construction industry in the United States. AISC’s mission is to make structural steel the material of choice by being the leader in structural-steel-related technical and market-building activities, including: specification and code development, research, education, technical assistance, quality certification, standardization, and market development. AISC has a long tradition of service to the steel construction industry providing timely and reliable information.
About NASCC: The Steel Conference
NASCC: THE STEEL CONFERENCE is the ideal place for structural engineers, steel fabricators, detailers and erectors to learn about structural steel design and construction, to interact with their peers and to see the latest products for steel buildings and bridges. The Steel Conference offers more than 100 technical sessions and is the premier educational event for structural engineers, fabricators, erectors and detailers. In addition to practical seminars on the latest design concepts and construction techniques, the conference offers an extensive trade show (featuring products ranging from structural software to machinery for cutting steel beams) and plentiful networking opportunities. It’s a once-a-year opportunity to learn the latest techniques, see the most innovative products and network with your peers and clients.