2010 Standards & Specifications

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  • Standard Specifications for Open Web Steel Joists, K Series
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  • Standard Specifications for Longspan Steel Joists, LH-Series and Deep Longspan Steel Joists, DLH-Series
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  • Standard Specifications for Joist Girders
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  • Standard Specifications for Composite Steel Joists, CJ-Series
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2010 Steel Joist Institute Codes of Standard Practice

  • Code of Standard Practice for Steel Joists and Joists Girders
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  • Code of Standard Practice for Composite Steel Joists
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2015 Board Approved Specification

The Steel Joist Institute has completed its ANSI review of the revised and updated SJI Specification, SJI 100 – 2015 and the SJI Board of Directors has approved the Specification and it has been referred to IBC for consideration. The new Specification has an effective date of January 1, 2015. The Load Table portion of the previous edition specification (43rd) remains unchanged for 2015 and is included in Imperial and metric format. Final editorial changes, as well as table of contents, history, COSP and other parts of the final catalog will be added in the first half of 2016.  Printing and posting on the website of the completed catalog will occur by August 31, 2016. The previously posted welding supplement has gone through the ANSI process and is incorporated into the posted 2015 Specification. Please click here to review the Board approved Specification.

The Steel Joist Institute Board of Directors has approved (11-09-2015) updates and revisions to the CJ-Series Specification. The nomenclature for the Series has been modified as well: it will now be SJI 200 – 2015. That updated document has been referred to the SJI ANSI Canvass Committee for review. Public review and comment are now available. Please click here to review the CJ-Series Specification.

2015 ANSI Canvass Committee Review Information

The Steel Joist Institute continues to utilize the ANSI Process, using a Canvass Committee to revise a current ANS.