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 “Cold-Formed Steel and Resilience,” May 2015, Steel Framing Industry Association (SFIA)

“Recent Trends in Cold-Formed Steel Construction,” May 2016, Woodhead Publishing

AISI S230-07 w/S3-12 (2012), Standard for Cold-Formed Steel Framing - Prescriptive Method for One- and Two-Family Dwellings, AISI

Cold-formed steel construction performs better than expected in seismic tests,” Purdue University

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Recycling Construction Materials.” Recycle-Steel.org, Steel Recycling Institute

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