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Arch segments at the new ArcelorMittal steel shelters in Taranto will cover the Mineral Park20 March 2019
In January 2019, the first arch segment of the new ArcelorMittal (previously the ILVA metallurgical plant) steel shelters in Taranto, Italy were erected. Each segment is composed of six of a total 51 huge arch trusses that will form the 80m high, 254 m wide, and 700 m long cover structure which is required for the environmental containment of the Mineral Park.Heavy plates from our Taranto mill were used for the fabrication of the welded tubes and trusses.The assembled steel will be transported to its final position using dedicated rollers, as demonstrated in the construction process shown in the following video. This challenging work is being carried out under the supervision of SWS Engineering's on-site team & Cimolai, the steel fabricator and erector. For a complete visualisation of the process, take a look at this video:
Our steel builds bridges1 March 2019
Today’s modern bridge construction faces new challenges such as the cost of building and maintenance and the time required for the planning and execution of the project.This new video from ArcelorMittal describes how we build modern bridges with our innovative products and technologies: fast, efficient, sustainable, and cost-saving.
Magnelis® book now available in Russian!27 February 2019
ArcelorMittal’s Magnelis® book is now available on Constructalia in Russian: Magnelis® Стратегия мышления.
Discover the new SteelUser25 February 2019
A decade ago, ArcelorMittal introduced SteelUser to provide our customers with a range of digital tools. Accessed via a web platform, SteelUser allows customers to track orders, access documents, enter orders, and interact with customer service. Today, 90 percent of our customers use this web service every single day.Now ArcelorMittal is expanding SteelUser to become an omni-platform communication channel for customers. A new app is available to ensure customers have the information they need, wherever they are. The existing web services are being redesigned and expanded.
ArcelorMittal provides rails and fences to Africa’s first high-speed rail line9 January 2019
Inaugurated on 15 November 2018, the Kenitra-Tangier line is the first high-speed line in Morocco. Its main objective is to link the biggest town of the country, Casablanca, to Tangier. This is the first stage of a project to create up to 1500 kms of new railway lines in Morocco. ArcelorMittal is proud to contribute to this high-level project with the participation of ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Rails & Special Sections, who provided rails, and WireSolutions, who provided fences.
ArcelorMittal supplies steel fibres to the Doha Metro project in Qatar6 December 2018
On 31 October 2018, the first phase of the Doha Metro in Qatar was inaugurated. ArcelorMittal steel fibres were used in the construction of the tunnels, and are being used in three projects in the construction of this first-class transportation network.
Mind the gap – ArcelorMittal supplies rails for the London Underground29 November 2018
The London Underground, nicknamed "the Tube," is a great way to travel and discover London and its hot spots. Londoners and London lovers, you will soon be able to explore parts of the city on ArcelorMittal rails as ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Rails & Special sections has secured the contract to supply rails for the Northern Line Extension (NLE).
Large Synoptic Survey Telescope built with ArcelorMittal steel16 November 2018
Good news for astronomy enthusiasts: the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), which will be located in Chile, is currently being built with ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products’ steel plates produced in Gijón, Spain. Once in service, this powerful telescope, equipped with a 3.2-billion-pixel camera, will make a survey of the universe in 3D.
Discover ArcelorMittal Europe – Tubular Products’ video30 October 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe – Tubular Products, part of ArcelorMittal Downstream Solutions, is the most diversified producer of pipes and tubes in Europe.
450 kilometres in 2 hours? It is now possible16 October 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe delivered 60 000 tonnes of rails and 1000 tonnes of sections and flat bars for the 450-km Haramain High Speed Rail project also known as the “Mecca-Medina high speed railway" inaugurated on 25 September 2018.
Magnelis® goes green28 September 2018
Magnelis® brings a touch of nature to your facadesVegetal exterior walls, or “green walls,” are a great way to bring nature to the facade of buildings and give them a unique look. Green walls are designed either as aesthetic elements for interior or exterior décor - sometimes as works of art using plants or as elements of urban ecology. For instance, a green wall is one of the elements that makes the facade of the Musée du quai Branly in Paris so unique.
Landmark 81: ArcelorMittal supplies steel columns for Vietnam’s tallest tower4 September 2018
Ho Chi Minh City is the fastest economic growing urban area in Vietnam. Landmark 81 will be a particularly impressive addition to the city’s skyline once complete in early 2019 overtaking Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower as the country’s tallest. This 81-storey residential structure will offer luxurious living combining extraordinary views with maximum floor space thanks to 3600 tonnes of HISTAR® 460 sections produced by ArcelorMittal Europe. The tower will be a notable achievement for ArcelorMittal too. For the first time, we will be the sole steel supplier of all the sections in a high-rise.
ArcelorMittal steel guides you to the highest peak of Germany8 August 2018
At 2962 metres, Zugspitze is Germany's highest mountain and highest ski resort. There, you can enjoy powdery ski slopes in the winter and hiking trails in the summer. To transport visitors to the summit, a new cable car was installed. Its construction involved HD profiles supplied by ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products and ArcelorMittal Downstream Solutions in Neckarsulm.
ArcelorMittal Europe - Long Products video12 June 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products operates across 15 integrated and mini-mill sites in 10 countries and is a leader in sections, sheet piles, rails, and quality wire rod.Applications using ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products are varied: high-rise buildings, bridges, vehicles, public transportation systems, flood protection systems… and they can be found on every continent.Watch the video below and learn more about the four main business segments which comprise ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products: Bars & Rods, Sections & Merchant Bars, Sheet Piling, and Rails & Special Sections.
ArcelorMittal’s sheet piles protect from flooding12 June 2018
ArcelorMittal Projects, ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Sheet Piling, and Global R&D participated in a project financed by the Dutch government to improve the design of dikes and keep the Netherlands safe from flooding.
ArcelorMittal rails in Australia’s biggest public transport project12 June 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Rails and Special Sections provided 6,500 tonnes of rails for the forthcoming Sydney Metro project. It is Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project as it will transform Sydney, delivering more trains and faster services for customers across the network.
The Craiova & Targu-Jiu Stadiums17 May 2018
Sport has a very important place in Romania, especially football. ArcelorMittal Tubular Products Europe recently contributed to the construction of two stadiums in the country: the Craiova stadium, inaugurated in November 2017, and the Targu-Jiu stadium which will open this year. Steel produced in Romania was used for both projects with Hollow Structural Sections (HSS) produced in Iasi and made from coils produced by ArcelorMittal.
Building in extreme cold9 May 2018
Managing the negative temperatures is a real challenge in the construction industry in Scandinavia. ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products' mill in Hamburg has been working with Swedish customer Hjulsbro Steel for five years, providing them with wire rod used to reinforce concrete in low temperatures. Two major bridge projects emerged from our collaboration: the Lysefjord Bridge in Norway and the Öresund Bridge linking Denmark and Sweden.
The Peking: Our beams secure a legendary 100-year-old ship28 April 2018
At the beginning of the 20th century, the 115-metre-long, four-masted ship Peking was one of the largest and most technically advanced ships in the world. Built as a steel barque for overseas trade in 1911, it could transport 5,300 tonnes of cargo and sailed 34 times around Cape Horn. The construction method used at that time made the ship very robust and reliable. The hull is made of steel and it could withstand more wind and adverse weather conditions than other ships.The Peking spent the last few years as a museum ship in New York before heading back to Germany in July 2017. It will soon join the German Port Museum, but before that, the crucial challenge is to breathe a new life into this historic vessel.
The Bolt Tower: The Lightning Bolt of Ostrava26 April 2018
On 10 February, the ČEZ City Cross Sprint skiing competition took place in Ostrava. Skiers competed under the blast furnaces and other facilities at Dolní Vítkovice, a former industrial area protected by UNESCO, which also hosts the Bolt Tower, a helix of 78 metres built with steel from ArcelorMittal Ostrava. This tower, which now includes an observation point, multifunctional spaces and a café, was named after Olympic champion Usain Bolt, who inaugurated the tower in 2015.
Another Year of Innovation for the Construction Market7 December 2015
Our innovation cycle is dynamic, multi-pronged and very efficient. It ensures we hear the voices of our customers and tailor our products to your diverse needs. ArcelorMittal's dedicated team of 1,300 Global R&D specialists are constantly exploring the boundaries of what steel can do. They are proactively developing solutions which meet both your existing and future needs.
Bauma 2019: Innovating in ultra-high-strength and wear-resistant steels1 March 2019
Visit us in Munich from 8 to 14 April at Bauma 2019. In hall A6 at stand 534, ArcelorMittal will present the latest innovations of our Amstrong® Ultra and Relia® ranges of ultra-high-strength and wear-resistant steels for building the mechanical equipment of the future.
BES 6001 Responsible Sourcing certificate now available on Constructalia!26 February 2019
ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products is certified under the BRE Environmental & Sustainability Standard BES 6001, a responsible sourcing certification for the UK construction market demonstrating the division’s commitment to sustainable sourcing.
New Constructalia now available in Polish!19 February 2019
ArcelorMittal Europe's revamped Constructalia website has just been launched in its Polish language version! In a constant effort to make Constructalia accessible to all of our valued users, we now offer our new content, features, and online services in Polish. Check out the new Polish version of Constructalia here:https://constructalia.arcelormittal.com/pl
New and improved ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling website31 January 2019
ArcelorMittal Sheet Piling recently launched their brand new website. An updated layout encompasses new and interesting content as well as revised content. Read more here: https://sheetpiling.arcelormittal.com
New Constructalia now available in German!23 January 2019
ArcelorMittal Europe's revamped Constructalia website has just been launched in its German language version! In a constant effort to make Constructalia accessible to all of our valued users, we now offer our new content, features, and online services in German. Check out the new German version of Constructalia here: https://constructalia.arcelormittal.com/de
ArcelorMittal commits to ResponsibleSteel™ a new industry standard17 January 2019
ArcelorMittal has taken a leading role in forming and committing to ResponsibleSteel™, the steel industry's first multi-stakeholder global certification initiative.
ArcelorMittal at Polish Steel Day13 December 2018
On 14 November, ArcelorMittal participated in the first Polish Steel Day, organised as part of the Build With Steel initiative managed by the Polish Chamber of Steelwork and partners at the Warsaw Sheraton hotel – an event dedicated to investors, architects, designers, and general contractors to promote steel in the construction market.
Our ever-expanding selection of samples to order4 December 2018
Our ever-expanding selection of samples to order is available to you at the touch of button. We are continuously adding new samples to serve you better, and choosing your samples is simple.
ArcelorMittal takes home two Steelie Awards13 November 2018
ArcelorMittal has won two Steelie Awards highlighting our excellence in sustainability, as well as in lifecycle assessment. The winners of the 9th Steelie Awards were announced at the Annual Dinner of the World Steel Association (worldsteel) on 16 October 2018.
Updated ABC software now available on Constructalia16 October 2018
Version 3.49 of ABC: ArcelorMittal Beams Calculator is available now for free downloading.
ArcelorMittal support WSP engineering in their position paper for efficient, circular design in buildings & infrastructure25 June 2018
Leading engineering consultancy WSP have released a paper as part of their Future Ready research based on consultation with organisations across sectors that could decrease time and costs in the construction industry by cutting resource use by 23%.
ArcelorMittal launches Steligence®, a radical and disruptive concept20 June 2018
ArcelorMittal continues to leap forward in steel solutions with the release of Steligence®. Ushering in a new wave of high-performance building and construction techniques, this fresh and innovative concept ensures that each steel component interacts in a complementary way.
New Constructalia now available in French!24 April 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe's revamped Constructalia website has just been launched in its French language version!
New version of OZone software available5 April 2018
The software One Zone Model calculates the gas temperature in the event of fire according to EN 1991-1-2 and corresponding steel temperature according to EN 1993-1-2.
New Constructalia now available in Spanish!4 April 2018
ArcelorMittal Europe's revamped Constructalia website has just been launched in its Spanish language version!
French and Spanish versions of Constructalia coming soon!13 March 2018
After launching the international version of the new Constructalia website in English last year, we have the pleasure to announce that two new language versions will be available soon: the Spanish version before Easter and the French version in the weeks after!
Software Updates and new Mobile Apps!11 January 2018
The ArcelorMittal Beam Calculator is now available in version 3.47 and CoSFB, the software for the design of Composite Slim Floors, is now available as an app for mobile devices, on Google Play and AppStore!
ArcelorMittal gets nod from World Economic Forum for integrating circular economy principles into its business model13 December 2017
The world’s most prestigious award programme for the circular economy, The Circulars, has highly commended ArcelorMittal for demonstrating leadership and innovation by applying circular economy principles to its business models.
Don't miss our latest software updates!12 December 2017
Check out our latest software updates: the calculation tool of integrated composite slim floor beams CoSFB is now available in version 1.5 for both Windows and MacOs, and ArcelorMittal-CTICM Columns Calculator A3C has been udated as well.
Join us at Luxembourg Steel Construction Day 2017 on November 7th!23 October 2017
ArcelorMittal will be present at the Luxembourg Steel Construction Day 2017, celebrated on November 7 in the Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg City.
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