Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: Specify & Install Structural Steel Studs Per ASTM C955 & C1007

  • 20 Feb 2018
  • 5:30 PM
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Phoenix: 320 N 44th St, Phoenix, AZ 85008
  • 6


  • Must present student ID at meeting.

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Central Chapter Dinner Meeting: 

Specify & Install Structural Steel Studs Per ASTM C955 & C1007

Many factors must be considered when your design includes cold-formed structural steel framing members.  An architect typically specifies that the framing must conform to C955 and C1007. This course will review the manufacture and installation requirements of structural steel studs per these ASTM standards based upon IBC 2012.  It will also examine fire-rated assembly construction and loading capacities.

Learning Objectives:

  • What are the IBC 2012 Code Compliance requirements for cold-formed structural studs
  • What four criteria must be met in order for a structural stud to be in conformance with the physical requirements governed by ASTM C955
  • What are the minimum installation requirements for cold-formed structural steel studs as established by ASTM C1007 
  • How to evaluate when a fire-rated assembly requires a reduction in load carrying capacity

Presented by: 

Keith Johnson LEED AP BD+C, CSI

Technical Sales Manager

ClarkDietrich Building Systems

Keith Johnson has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry. He started from ground as a scrapper and then worked his way up to positions as a stocker, metal framer, drywaller, estimator, project manager and sales. In 2006 he started working for ClarkWestern / ClarkDietrich where he ran their technical line nationally until 2013. In 2013 he moved into a technical sales manager role to support contractors, architects and engineers in determining the labor / cost savings of light gage steel. He also assists the engineering community with some or the more technical issues that arise in the design of light gage steel.

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