Structural Engineering Software Solutions Provider, S-FRAME Software, to Exhibit and Present at the 9th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges - KHGI-TV/KWNB-TV/KHGI-CD-Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings

Structural Engineering Software Solutions Provider, S-FRAME Software, to Exhibit and Present at the 9th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges

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Structural Engineering Professionals, Bridge Engineers, Researchers, Contractors and Owners from around the world will gather at the SMSB-IX conference in Calgary, AB July 15-18, 2014. Attendees will participate in round table discussions, technical presentations and a Trade Show & Exhibition.

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 26, 2014

S-FRAME Software, Structural Engineering Software Solutions provider for the Structural & Civil Engineering industry, announced that they will be exhibiting and presenting at the 9th International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges in Calgary, AB. The conference will be held from July 15-18, 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. More information about the conference can be obtained by visiting http://www.smsb2014.ca/.

Since 1982 the International Conference on Short and Medium Span Bridges have been held in Canada to provide a worldwide state-of-the-art forum on all aspects of short and medium span bridges (i.e. spans less than 150 m). Bridge engineers, researchers, contractors, and owners from around the world will again enjoy this unique opportunity to discuss recent practices and new research and development concerning all types of short and medium span bridges.

Besides having a booth at the SMSB-IX Trade Show and Exposition, S-FRAME Software will also be a co-author on a technical paper being presented at the conference. Dr. Siriwut Sasibut from S-FRAME Software is a co-author with Shahria Alam, Rafiqul A.B.M Haque, and Kader Siddiquee from UBC about Seismic Performance Degradation of a Steel Pile Supported Highway Bridge Bent Due To Corrosion.

Dr. Marinos Stylianou, CEO of S-FRAME Software, said, Having the opportunity to co-author a presented paper and exhibit at the SMSB-IX conference continues to demonstrate the increased presence that S-FRAME Software solutions have made within Canada and around the world. This provides us the opportunity to meet with new and existing clients in one location, as well as to communicate up to date information about the technology we provide. It also allows us to be on the front lines to see and hear what Industry and Academia need in Structural Engineering Software Solutions going forward.

About S-FRAME Software, Inc.
Since 1981, after introducing its first commercially available 2D analysis program, S-FRAME Software has led the industry in the development of easy-to-use, reliable, & innovative analysis and design software products trusted by over 10,000 users in 40 countries worldwide working in a multitude of industries. S-FRAMEs Structural Office is a structural model management environment that enables users to design robust structures regardless of geometric complexity, material types, loading conditions, nonlinear effects, and design-code requirements. S-FRAMEs software products include: S-FRAME, S-STEEL, S-PAD, S-CALC, S-CONCRETE, and S-LINE.

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