Steel deck is profiled cold-formed sheet steel used as roof deck, non-composite floor deck or composite floor deck and is typically made of coated cold-rolled steel with yield strengths ranging from 33 ksi to 80 ksi. It is typically designed and constructed in accordance with standards developed by the Steel Deck Institute. Steel deck is applicable to a wide range of projects and structural designs due to its availability in various depths and rib spacings, with and without stiffening elements, with and without acoustical material, cellular and non-cellular, and in varying material thicknesses.
Following is a listing of steel deck resources and organizations that can provide additional information.
3/28/2017 - The free webinar will be presented by Rafael Sabelli from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET and is eligible for one PDH.
3/23/2017 - The guide provides an online searchable directory of fire- and sound-rated cold-formed steel assemblies for residential and light commercial construction.
3/7/2017 - The webinar will be useful for practicing structural engineers, building officials, educators, researchers and students.