High quality standards, guaranteed strength, and durability offered by steel products provide a sense of security and stability. ArcelorMittal Europe’s trademark steels, including the HISTAR® and Amstrong® structural steel grades that combine high strength, good toughness, and superior weldability, perfectly match these requirements.
The aesthetics of steel and its unthinkable beauty can be seen in countless aspects:
- A large panel of surface finishes: smooth, grained, textured, or embossed.
- A wide choice of colours: solid, metallic, pearlescent.
- A required degree of gloss: anything from matt to high gloss.
- Various printed patterns can be proposed to complete the range of possibilities.
To obtain such performances, among other product ranges, ArcelorMittal Europe offers:
For outdoor use
- Granite® product range
- Solano® Nature
- Indaten® weathering steels with their specific patina finish
For indoor use
- Estetic® product range
We are at your disposal, ready to offer products of the highest quality that perfectly suit your needs.
Who, if not investors, are the parents of every project? They are the ones who exude that first impulse - the idea. They turn their dreams into reality, transferring them onto paper through the imagination of an architect and the knowledge of an engineer. Both of these ingredients ensure the practical operation and use of the facility. No project would be possible without this vital team: investor - architect - engineer - contractor. It is the investor, however, who plays the deciding role and determines if the investment is to occur. There are multiple areas to be satisfied - aesthetics, quality, functionality, and of course, the one that in fact "manages" the investment - the economic one.
ArcelorMittal steel at Expo 2020 Dubai25 February 2020
World Expo will take place from 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021 in Dubai, UAE. Called Expo 2020 Dubai, it will be the first World Expo ever hosted in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia (MEASA) region. Expo 2020 Dubai is expected to attract 25 million visitors, and 190 nations have already confirmed their participation including Luxembourg with a 2100 m2 pavilion built with ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products’ steel.Project News
ArcelorMittal at MIPIM – The world’s leading real estate market event24 February 2020
MIPIM, the world’s leading real estate market event, will take place from 10-13 March in Cannes in the well-known Palais des Festivals. Gathering over 25 000 participants from over 100 countries, this four-day event will focus on the theme ‘The future is human.’ For the first time, ArcelorMittal Steligence® will participate in this event, presenting our new approach to construction and the many advantages of steel.Event News
ArcelorMittal to expand plate and service offer for offshore energy sector19 February 2020
ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products produces a wide range of steel plates including grades with the most demanding qualities for offshore applications in the energy sector. With the ongoing improvements at ArcelorMittal Gijón, Spain, our offer to the offshore wind and oil gas markets is set to expand with new feasibilities and the development of new grades. ArcelorMittal’s service level to customers and product development cycles will also improve thanks to a closer partnership between ArcelorMittal Projects Energy, ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products, and Global R&D.Product News
Steel and Skyscrapers: A Productive History and a Sustainable Future
The relationship between steel and skyscrapers has been ongoing for over one hundred years, and this affiliation is growing ever stronger. In the 1930s, steel facilitated the boom of high-rise construction, while high strength steel ushered in its resurgence in the 1970s. Thanks to its affordability and durability, steel has always been the material of choice for the design and construction of tall buildings’ principal structural systems.The current times bring with them a growing concern for sustainable development, including contradictory notions on the affordability, safety, and environmental impact of steel. This has resulted in some misperceptions about the role of steel in high-rise construction. In response to this, the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) and ArcelorMittal partnered together on a research paper entitled ‘Steel and Skyscrapers: A Productive History and a Sustainable Future’ in order to illustrate the recent developments in the partnership between steel and skyscrapers that make it a strong, sustainable choice for high-rise construction.Article
ArcelorMittal invests in new sustainability programme across Europe27 January 2020
ArcelorMittal has recently announced plans to roll out a new sustainability programme across Europe, aiming to secure ResponsibleSteel™ site certification for all of its ArcelorMittal Europe - Flat Products sites. The 12-month programme will enable each site to prove that our production processes meet rigorously defined standards across a broad range of social, environmental, and governmental criteria.Corporate News
2019 FEDIL Environment Award given to ArcelorMittal Luxembourg21 January 2020
ArcelorMittal Luxembourg received the Environment Award from the business federation FEDIL at the end of 2019 for its facility to recover the excess heat generated during the production of steel sheet piles on the ArcelorMittal Belval site.Corporate News
As a steel manufacturer who is involved in many investment processes, ArcelorMittal perfectly understands the various needs of a project and can provide products that meet all the demands requested by the market.
Economical steel is a concept known to everyone. A short construction periods allow for faster access to the facility and therefore limits construction costs, leads to earlier return on investment, and reduces interest charges.
As far as functionality is concerned, steel-framed buildings are not only easier to adapt, but in comparison to classic technology they allow for higher floors and more usable area - at the same time increasing cubic capacity.
Steel components as one of the most sustainable building materials in the world. Structural frames, external walls, solar shadings - they all provide credit points for green building rating systems like USGBC's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) or BREEAM (The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), increasing the incontestable value of the investment.