NASH is pleased to announce that the NASH Standard for Residential and Low-rise Steel Framing, Part 1: Design Criteria is now available.
The NASH Standard which will be a cited document from 1 August 2011 contains a wealth of information on Steel Framing.
Please click on the Purchase NASH Documents tab to the left and order your copy of this and/or any other NASH publication.
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Welcome to the website of the National Association of Steel-Framed Housing referred to as NASH throughout the site.
Whatever your interest in steel-framed construction - as a homeowner, trade contractor, builder, designer or developer - we trust you will find answers to your questions here, or directions to where else to look.
NASH in New Zealand and Australia was formed in 1982, initially to represent the interests of the fabricators of steel framing systems for housing. Since then, our scope has expanded to include all forms of low-rise steel framed construction. Today our members include specialist steel frame builders as well as suppliers of products and services to the industry.
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