ArcelorMittal presents a large number of sustainable, economical steel products and solutions for the construction and renovation of railway stations that rise to the expectations of our times:
- Structural steel sections, merchant bars, and plates in high strength steel grades enabling long span and light steel framing solutions
- Composite flooring solutions like Cofrastra® and Cofraplus®
- Organic and metallic coated steels for different environments - for exteriors and interiors
- Enamelled steels used for interior panels, signals, and passenger information
- Roofing sheets and trays for multi-layer roof systems
- A full range of profiles and cassettes for facade solutions
- Reinforcement bars
With extensive experience in railway station projects, ArcelorMittal teams are able to support decision makers in their design for railway stations.
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