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Steel sheet piles and foundation products are manufactured according to European standards, but can also be supplied according to other international standards (e.g. ASTM).
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ArcelorMittal sheet piles for antarctic research vessel wharf12 September 2019
Construction has begun on a new wharf at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Rothera Research Station, and Z sections from ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products Sheet Piling are playing a leading role. The new wharf will be used to berth the RRS Sir David Attenborough. Commissioned by NERC and built by Cammel Laird for operation by BAS, this is one of the most advanced polar research vessels in the world. Construction of the wharf is being carried out on site and will take two years to complete.Project News
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.Product News
Sheet Pile Usage in Flood Protection
In the last years, severe floods caused by storms and heavy rains have increasingly shaken the whole world and have shown that flood protection continues to be an important topic. In order to minimize flood damage, significant investments are required in this area – and steel sheet piles offer an efficient solution for flood control and riverbank protection.Article
Cost-efficient & resistant
ArcelorMittal’s piling series are especially suitable for quickly building reliable and cost-effective structures. They are characterised by excellent section properties such as a high ratio of section modulus / weight as well as high moments of inertia.
Hot rolled steel sheet piles have been widely used worldwide for the construction of quay walls and breakwaters in harbours, locks, and for bank reinforcement on rivers and canals. Typical applications are also temporary cofferdams in land and in water, permanent bridge abutments, retaining walls for underpasses or underground car parks, impervious containment walls, etc.