Director of Technical Marketing

T Stine

Tabitha S. Stine, SE, PE, LEED AP
Director of Technical Marketing

p 708.647.9395
stine@aisc.org

One East Wacker Dr.
Suite 700
Chicago, IL 60601 

Tabitha Stine, S.E., P.E., LEED AP is the Director of Technical Marketing for AISC. Before taking this position in April 2008, Tabitha had been the AISC Great Plains Regional Engineer since August 2005. In this position, Tabitha marketed on the cost advantages of using structural steel, including educating professionals on LEED accreditation utilizing structural steel, AESS (architecturally exposed structural steel), BIM (Building Information Modeling), and innovations in structural steel. Prior to this, Tabitha was an advisor in AISC's Steel Solutions Center from 2004 to 2005. During this time, Tabitha was directly involved with providing conceptual solutions to architects, engineers, fabricator, and developers on the framing systems most feasible utilizing structural steel for multi-story residential, office, and parking structures.

Prior to working at AISC, Tabitha worked for Sargent & Lundy, LLC in Chicago as a structural engineer in their Fossil Power Division. While at S&L, she gained experience in flue gas ductwork, analyzing steel for high temperatures and stresses within an SCR system of a coal fired power plant. She also was extensively involved in detailed welded connection design for the ductwork and the overall design for a new coal plant boiler building she was involved with. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 2001. In December 2003, she received a Master of Structural Engineering Degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago.

Her current responsibilities as the Director of Technical Marketing require her to supervise all activities of the AISC Steel Solutions Center and the eight AISC Regional Engineers around the United States. She is always looking to help each and every decision maker understand and appreciate the ways that structural steel can best be utilized on their current and future projects.