The American Institute of Steel Construction
Australian Steel Institute, including former AISC
The steel IPO in Germany
The Swedish Construction Federation (BI) represents the interests of the construction industry in Sweden.
The Dutch steel construction institute
The Danish Building and Urban Research institute
CIDECT is an international association of leading manufacturers of hollow sections and pipes whose objective is to expand knowledge, by means of research and studies, of steel hollow sections and their application in steel construction and engineering.
The European Convention for Constructional Steelwork
The steel IPO in Belgium
Jernkontoret is the Swedish Steel Producers' Association.
Research and information institute against corrosion.
Living Steel is an international consortium targeting growth of steel use in construction.
LSK is a framework dedicated to the key players of the light steel framed construction market in Europe.
The Norwegian Structural Steel Association
The steel IPO in Norway.
The steel IPO in France
The steel IPO in Italy
The Southern African Institute of Steel Construction
Members are involved in every step of the building process, from initial idea, through projecting and production to management of buildings, bridges and other constructional works or spatial planning and environmental control.
Members include chartered surveyors and real estate economics.
Members are either publicly employed by the government or the local community or employed by privately owned companies.
SBUF is the Swedish construction industry's organisation for research and development.
The Steel Construction Institute
National standards for e.g. construction and materials.
Skruvforum - Forum for Bolt Products in Construction - is an industrial group with representatives for merchants of bolt products, structural steel fabricators, structural engineers and inspectors, with the task of creating a platform to serve the structural steel industry and solve some current problems associated with the use of bolt products.
The Swedish National Testing and Research Institute
Swedish Universities of the Built Environment (SBU) is a cooperative organization that includes the activities of research and education at Chalmers University of Technology, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Luleå University of Technology and Lund University Faculty of Engineering , which are connected with education of civil engineers. After a start-up phase, SBU was established in 2011 as a permanent organization with support from the four universities’ managements.
The Swedish Welding Commission is a nonprofit-making organization which works to support industrial companies, research institutes, government and other public agencies as well as other types of organizations. The primary objectives of the Commission is to promote the research and development of Swedish welding and cutting technology and standardization, education and information in the welding field.
The Swiss Institute of Steel Construction
The Finnish Constructional Steelwork Association
Worldsteel is the world forum on various aspects of the international steel industry