May 7-13, 2017

HAWAII STEEL ALLIANCE WEEK

 Check out the Photos from the HSA 20th Celebration here: 

Photo Gallery

Mahalo to our Sponsors!

Title Diamond Sponsor:
Special thank you to our Diamond Title Sponsor CEMCO for this generous contribution to our 20th Anniversary Celebration!
CEMCO is a founding member of the Hawaii Steel Alliance.
Platinum Sponsor:
Steel Framing Industry Association
Gold Sponsors:
CBC Steel Buildings, A Nucor Company
ClarkDietrich Industries
DR Horton-Schuler
FRAMECAD Solutions, Ltd.
GW Killebrew/AMS
Simpson Strong-Tie Company, Inc.
Steeler, Inc.
Silver Sponsors: 
Castle & Cooke Homes Hawaii, Inc.
Group Builders
Honsador Lumber
J&B Materials
Matson Navigation
Unlimited Construction
Contributing Companies:
ET&F Fastening Systems, Kai Hawaii, NASH-NZ, Moss Construction Managers, HonBlue, Zephyr Insurance, SuperStud Building Products, Engineering Design Group, Rider Levett Bucknell, Atlas Steel Corporation, V&C Drywall Contractors, Baldridge & Associates Structural Engineers, Blue Star Steel USA, Trade Publishing Company, Kane International, Haseko Construction, Commercial Building Systems

 

 

 

 

The Benefits of Membership

HSA membership benefits include several networking opportunities, access to the latest research and development, up-to-date information, dinner meetings with expert speakers, and other important resources. In addition, by belonging to the HSA you can participate in the Alliance’s future direction and more. And last but not least, you will belong to our HSA Ohana, where lasting friendships are made, and we do our part to use the most recycled product in the world.  Click here to Join Today, or to download our application form, click Application Form

 

REScheck Support for 2006 Energy Code

 

While most of the nation has moved on to newer codes, Hawaii is still using the 2006 IECC. REScheck has discontinued their support for the 2006 I-Codes. For Hawaii and steel framing, the REScheck program version 4.4.4.2 that accommodated the 2006 codes provided more envelope and equipment trade-offs making it easier to comply. Fortunately, the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has provided the Hawaii Steel Alliance a copy of the older version which can be emailed to our members. (The file is too large to post on our site). While the PNNL no longer provides technical support, specifiers can download and use this version of the program for their submittals to the Hawaii Counties until they move on to the newer codes. Please email info@hawaiisteel.com and we will send you a zip file of the program (approximately 62 MB).

Click here for more information.    Commercial     Residential

 

 

 
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