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At ArcelorMittal, we offer a wide range of products and solutions commonly used in the construction of foundations:

  • Unique range of sheet piles as an effective, cost saving, and time efficient solution for both permanent and temporary soil or water retaining structures
  • Heavy rolled steel sections and bearing piles in a wide range of steel grades including high strength grades
  • Structural steel in heavy plates in different grades for the fabrication of specific plates and welded structural elements
  • Concrete reinforcement bars
  • Tubes and hollow structural sections

Furthermore, we provide processing services for contractors offering “ready to erect” solutions, designs, and engineering tools.

As the worldwide leader of steel solutions for foundations, ArcelorMittal Europe guarantees its customers technical support for their specific projects and designs.

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ArcelorMittal provides a wide range of steel products and solutions for all different types of foundations and project requirements.

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Even if generally not visible after completion, foundations are a key element of construction as they connect projects to the ground, and in most cases, transfer loads into the ground. The design of these substructures is closely linked with geotechnical engineering in order to determine the most appropriate foundation solution for different construction and soil types.

Due to its high load bearing capacity and durability, steel is commonly used in foundation works of both buildings and civil engineering structures. Depending on their functions and types, foundations can consist of steel structures (e.g. with sheet piles), composite steel and concrete structures, or reinforced concrete.

Foundation structures include:

  • Shallow and deep building foundations
  • Bridge abutments
  • Underground works (basements, underground car parks)
  • Ports and harbour constructions
  • River control structures and flood defense
  • Temporary support for excavation sites

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