New Pedestrian Bridge in Ohio

Pedestrian Bridge in Dublin, OH

This article in Modern Steel Construction from AISC was written to give engineers advice on designing buildings for seismic energy dissipation using fluid viscous dampers and ASCE 7 alternative procedures.

Designing for Dissipation

This article in Modern Steel Construction from AISC was written to give engineers advice on designing buildings for seismic energy dissipation using fluid viscous dampers and ASCE 7 alternative procedures.

Built for Space, Adapted Here on Earth

Space Launch Thumbnail

The Metal Bellows Damper uses technology that was developed for NASA and built to meet the rigorous requirements of spaceflight but has since been adopted to protect structures here on Earth.

Seismic Success

Seismic dampers

An innovative retrofit using Taylor Devices’ seismic dampers has prepared the nearly 90-year-old Robert A. Young Federal Building in St. Louis for the future. Despite extensive work within the 1 million sq ft structure, the building remained fully occupied throughout the roughly two-and-a-half-year construction phase.

181 Freemont Wins AISC Award

181 Fremont in San Francisco, CA

Fabricated by The Herrick Corporation (AISC Member, AISC Certified), 181 Fremont is the tallest mixed-use building in San Francisco and a new landmark in the city’s skyline.

CA Courthouse Wins AISC Award

San Diego Central Courthouse

The San Diego Central Courthouse, designed by Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill LLP, serves as an important civic landmark in downtown San Diego, California.

NASA Has a Successful SLS Test

NASA successfully demonstrated the Orion spacecraft’s launch abort system can outrun a speeding rocket and pull astronauts to safety during an emergency during launch.

The History of Taylor Devices

Taylor Devices Blog

As Taylor Devices, Inc. approaches its 65th anniversary, we look back at how the Company began, how it has changed over the years, and where it stands today.