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Indiana Tech Law School, Fort Wayne, Ind.

Vulcraft supplied approximately 370 tons of structural steel and 90 tons of joists to build Indiana Tech Law School, completed in July 2013. The building structure has wide flange beams supporting floor and roof joists, and the rolled tube beams are 18-foot on-center.

Vulcraft supplied approximately 90 tons of joists to build Indiana Tech Law School, completed in July 2013. A total 370 tons of structural steel was utilized. The building structure has wide flange beams supporting floor and roof joists, and the rolled tube beams are 18-foot on-center.

The 70,000-square-foot law school has three floors with a library on each floor and a trial courtroom 68 feet in diameter. An overlook on the second floor allows students to observe trial procedures from above. Indiana Tech Law School has a barreled roof across the front that projects above the rest of the roof.

Architect: Schenkel Shultz Architecture, Fort Wayne

Builder: Almet Inc., New Haven, Ind.

Joists: Vulcraft, a division of Nucor Corp., Charlotte, N.C., www.vulcraft.com