Construction speed, cost efficiency, aesthetics, and sustainability – all can be achieved with ArcelorMittal’s products. We encourage you to familiarise yourself with our full range of flooring and roofing structure solutions paying special attention to:
- For the most responsive flooring - castellated beams, such as ACB® or Angelina®, to simplify service integration and avoid the issues related to any additional service zone below the beam level.
- For the beauty of facades - Granite® HDX for when colour stability and corrosion resistance is needed.
- For HVAC and interior - hot dip galvanised steel with a pure zinc coating which gives excellent corrosion resistance and very good formability; see also ArcelorMittal's range of Estetic® coatings, suitable for all contemporary interior decoration: ceiling panels, room dividers, decorative walls and lights, as well as for metal furniture, air conditioning units, and much more.
Our technical experts would be glad to assist in answering any of your questions, as well as presenting you with a complete offer to meet your expectations.
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Steel buildings in Europe: Design guides for single-storey and multi-storey steel buildings
These best practice design manuals consist of a series of technical guides for engineering offices, steel fabricators, and architects that aim at facilitating the application of the Eurocodes in the design of single-storey and multi-storey steel buildings.Article
The basis for growth and development is trade – the exchange of material and immaterial goods. Since the Phoenicians invented money, it seems that a certain monetary parity has been created.
Trading places have evolved over many centuries - from little outdoor markets to complex facilities, satisfying even the most restrictive construction norms.
Today, commercial buildings serve many functions – they are often trading facilities combined with office spaces and large car parks. They are built in city centres, where the timing of projects has a direct impact on the functionality of a given street or even the entire neighbourhood.
The least restrictive constructions, wide ranges in order to achieve perfect common areas, significant heights between storeys, excellent ventilation, and finally safety, aesthetics, and economics must complement one another. The place must accommodate both ours and our families’ needs, and it has to fulfil all the conditions for sustainable development.