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APPENDIX PAGE 128 Institute of the Ironworking Industry (III) 1750 New York Avenue N.W., Suite 400, Washington, DC 20006 (202) 783-3998 (202) 393-1507 (fax) The Institute of the Ironworking Industry (III) is a non-profit labor-management trade association representing over 8,500 erection firms and 150,000 ironworkers. A board of directors equally apportioned from management and the Ironworkers International Union (AFL-CIO) sets policy to develop ways of eliminating problems which reduce the competitiveness and inhibit the economic development of the erection industry in the United States and Canada. Cooperation with other associations related to steel construction is encouraged to enhance safety, pro- ductivity, and the quality of the delivered product. International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO) 5360 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA 90601-2258 (913) 764-2272 (310) 692-3853 (fax) The International Conference of Building Officials is dedicated worldwide to public safety in the built environ- ment through the development, maintenance, and promotion of uniform codes and standards, enhancement of professionalism in code administration, and the facilitation of the acceptance of innovative building products and systems. The Conference works toward these objectives through the publication of the Uniform Building Code and its associated family of codes and standards and through the offering of high quality training, technical assis- tance, and certification examinations based on these documents. Iron and Steel Society (ISS) 186 Thorn Hill Road, Warrendale, PA 15086-7528 (724) 776-1535 (724) 776-0430 (fax) The Iron and Steel Society (ISS) is a constituent society of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers (AIME). ISS members are active in the field of iron and steel processing and technology. ISS provides a medium of communication and cooperation among those interested in any phase of ferrous metal- lurgy and materials science and technology. James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation (JFLF) 22801 St. Clair, P.O. Box 17035, Cleveland, OH 44117-0035 (216) 481-8100 (216) 486-1751 (fax) The James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation, incorporated as a non-profit entity in 1936, is the only organiza- tion in the United States specifically dedicated to educating the public about the art and science of arc welding. The Lincoln Foundation recognizes technical achievement with substantial monetary awards and publishes edu- cational materials for dissemination to the public. International Assistant Secretaries now carry out Lincoln Foundation programs in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Croatia, Hungary, Japan, New Zealand, the People's Republic of China, Russia, Southern Africa, and the United Kingdom.
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PAGE 129 APPENDIX Light Gauge Steel Engineers Association (LGSEA) 1726 M. Street, N.W., Suite 601 Washington, D.C. 20036 (202) 263-4488 (202) 785-3856 fax The Light Gauge Steel Engineers Association (LGSEA) was formed in 1994 to build a national network of archi- tects and engineers knowledgeable in efficient steel framing design, and to resolve technical issues related to steel framing and then deliver those solutions to the marketplace. We are accomplishing these objectives through
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