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ACB® cellular steel beams

Posted on 21.08.2014
The use of cellular beams allows a new architectural expression. Structures are lightened and spans increased, pulling spaces together. This flexibility goes together with the functionality of allowing technical installations (pipes and ducts) to pass through the openings. Click here to know more about ArcelorMittal ACB® cellular beams!
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New Hangars at Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport, Poland

Posted on 12.08.2014
Two new hangars, a taxiing runway and a parking area constitute altogether an important development for the existing Rzeszów-Jasionka airport, located in Southeast Poland. ArcelorMittal's metallic coating Aluzinc® Florelis was chosen for the cladding and Hacierco trapezoidal sheets and arched sheets Floline were used for the roof of one of the two new hangars.
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ArcelorMittal Global R&D Center in Asturias, Spain

Posted on 05.08.2014
The new building of ArcelorMittal's Global Research & Development Center in the north of Spain is composed of a set of metallic volumes, in colours that remind of those resulting from the steel production process. It consists of a steel structure with ACB® cellular beams and composite flooring, ST Lumiére and ST 300 were used for the cladding.
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ArcelorMittal, steel solutions provider to the global wind energy industry

Posted on 29.07.2014
ArcelorMittal is constantly developing new technologies which improve the sustainability of its products and business practices. The company also recognises the impact of climate change which is the reason for its full engagement in global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate their impact. This brochure present the latest ArcelorMittal solutions for the wind industry.
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The new Bordeaux Stadium with ArcelorMittal structural steel

Posted on 22.07.2014
For the Euro 2016 celebrated in France, the city of Bordeaux receives a new stadium designed by the renowned Swiss architectural practice Herzog & de Meuron. ArcelorMittal has supplied steel sections and tubes for its structure.
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