ArcelorMittal provides a complete range of steel from structural, for the most creative constructions, to architectural, where the building envelope can only be limited by imagination.
Royal Dutch Mint building wins Infosteel Steel Construction Award3 March 2021
The Royal Dutch Mint building, known as the Dutch Vault, in Houten in the Netherlands has won the People’s Choice Award at the 2020 Infosteel Steel Construction Competition. The spectacular facade for this iconic building was made with high-gloss Granite® Silky Shine from ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products.Industry News
ArcelorMittal ranked at global leadership level on climate action11 February 2021
ArcelorMittal has once again been recognised by CDP for our strong performance in corporate transparency and action on climate change. ArcelorMittal has successfully retained our A- score in the 2020 CDP Climate Change assessment for the second consecutive year, putting our company within the top quartile of all metal smelting, refining, and forming companies and the top 10% of the steel industry.Corporate News
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.Article
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.Website News
Constructalia: case studies, solutions, and so much more!8 December 2020
Constructalia, ArcelorMittal Europe’s reference website for steel in construction, is consistently filled with the newest content for engineers, architects, contractors, and every decision maker in construction projects.Website News
New: Fire certificate for Granite® HDX in metallic colours!30 November 2020
Metallic colours are evermore appreciated by architects – especially in combination with organic coated steels to provide long term durability and aesthetic facades.For the first time, ArcelorMittal has published a fire certificate for prepainted steel in metallic colours: Granite® HDX in metallic shades has successfully been certified as A1!Product News
"An idea is salvation by imagination." Frank Lloyd Wright
One of the milestones in architecture was discovering the use of iron and steel for construction. What would the history of architecture have been without steel?
Steel allows even the most creative and bold imaginings to become reality. Moreover, steel's durability is one of the key properties that make it a sustainable material, which complies with the requirements of sustainable design.
The versatility of steel is incontrovertible
There are no limits in shapes or structures - finishes, colours, and effects can all play an unusual role in all types of building elevations.…
Each architectural dream can be achieved through the steel facades and structure of the building. When it comes to structure, steel frames changed the fundamental concept of constructing a wall introducing the possibility to build lighter and higher while incorporating natural light without any restriction.
No other material has previously allowed such strength while preserving its lightness. The beauty of steel has influenced the architectural trend to maintain the visible structure as high-tech architecture, also known as structural expressionism.
Steel allows for the most technologically advanced high-rise buildings, bridge constructions, railway terminals, airports and so on.