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.
Samples available for Granite® HDXtreme - and beyond!20 November 2023
Just as the fluffy white clouds gleam in the blue autumn sky, so does Granite® HDXtreme steel in G906S White aluminium or G910S Pure white – two of the many samples available on Constructalia.Website news
JACK MULLER becomes first steel service centre in the Netherlands to stock XCarb® organic coated products24 October 2023
JACK MULLER, an independent steel service centre based in the Netherlands, has become the first in the country to stock XCarb® recycled and renewably produced steel. The company now has a stock of Granite® HDS which was produced by ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products using the XCarb® recycled and renewably produced route.Product news
A Constructalia milestone!12 September 2023
We are pleased to announce that over the summer we reached our 2023 goal of 30 000 registered Constructalia users! Thank you for being with us!Our registered users enjoy full access to all that Constructalia has to offer: software downloads, BIM objects, CAD files, SiCA: Steel in Construction Academy, our Inspiring Steel monthly newsletter, and more.If you are not yet a registered Constructalia user, we invite you to join our extraordinary community. Registration is quick, easy, and free.Website news
Design the ideal roof with our Roofing configurator tool14 June 2023
Make your dream roof a reality. Our Roofing configurator tool facilitates the design of your ideal roof, in addition to the option to transform an existing roof or calculate roof slope area.This design tool is currently available in French and Polish.Website news
Successes for sustainable construction at BAU27 April 2023
ArcelorMittal took part in BAU, a major event for the construction and building industry, in Munich from 17-22 April, showcasing its latest high-performance steel products, XCarb® range of sustainable steels, and cooperations dedicated to construction.Event news
ArcelorMittal becomes a member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB)25 April 2023
ArcelorMittal is now a member of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Nachhaltiges Bauen). The membership certificate was presented at the world's leading trade fair BAU in Munich.Industry 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.