ArcelorMittal rails in ambitious Finnish tram project7 January 2021
The 25 km Jokeri Light Rail tram line, including 16 km in Helsinki and the remaining 9 km in Espoo, will replace the current main bus line 550, which is the busiest in the region. Around 91 000 passengers are expected to use the Jokeri tram on weekdays by 2030. The budget for the 25 km line is 386 million euros. The line will have a total of 33 stations and will open in June 2024.
Steligence webinar: 28 January 2021 - How the revision of EN 1991-1-2 will impact fire design17 December 2020
Join Steligence for this free English-language webinar on Thursday 28 January 2021 at 11.00 CET.Topic: Performance-based approaches: How the revision of EN 1991-1-2 will impact the fire design of structures
A modern kart racing track with ArcelorMittal steel26 November 2020
Last year, the German city of Mülsen - just a few kilometres from the birthplace of legendary car brands Horch, Audi, and Trabant - became home to the country’s most modern kart racing track, Arena E. Built using ArcelorMittal steel, the track is operated by the Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil Club (ADAC) with former kart racer Kevin Illgen as managing director.
ArcelorMittal responds to wind sector demands with steel plates of greater dimensions12 January 2021
Thanks to investment in the new continuous casting of the Avilés Steelworks and the necessary adaptations carried out on the Gijón heavy plate mill, the plant is already supplying steel plates that respond to the new needs of the wind power sector - particularly for offshore wind farm projects. The first of these plates, weighing almost 18 tons, was produced on the heavy plate mill in October 2020 with a length of 10 m, a width of 2.5 m, and a thickness of 90 mm.
Innovative solutions for steel lattice towers9 December 2020
The increase in renewable energies and the progress in telecommunication technologies (e.g. G5) require the construction of new and/or the reinforcement of existing transmission lines and telecommunication towers.The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) expect 18 000 kilometres of new transmission lines to be constructed in Europe by 2035 to cover the demand of renewable energies.
Making roof tiles more beautiful and durable: ArcelorMittal and DACHPOLL strengthen cooperation2 December 2020
Steel roofing is a popular choice in the construction and renovation market. The numerous advantages of steel roofing are what make it so convincing.
Innovative and sustainable steel sheet pile solutions for underground car parks
Steel sheet piles have been used for decades in the construction of underground car parks, and this trend is increasing as the demand for underground car parks rises in densely populated areas. Steel sheet pile walls are a sustainable solution for underground car parks up to three or four levels below the surface. This R&D report explores design methods, vertical loads and bearing capacity, innovative installation techniques, fire design methods, design software, sealing systems, and sustainability for underground car parks with steel sheet piles.
New! 2021 Steel foundation solutions catalogue21 January 2021
The 2021 edition of ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling’s general catalogue ‘Steel foundation solutions’ is now available!This new edition introduces the new HZ 630M profile for HZ-M/AZ combined walls.
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