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Extension of the Geric Shopping Center and Car Park, France

Posted on 03.03.2015
Thanks to the use of steel and innovative construction techniques, the extension of the Geric Shopping Center could be realized in less than 10 months. The importance of the project lies in the global optimization of the structural system and the architecture and in the innovative fire engineering approach. ArcelorMittal's AngelinaTM beams, ACB® beams and Cofraplus 60 composite flooring deck were used.
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ArcelorMittal receives German Engineering Award Distinction for innovative CoSFB concrete dowel

Posted on 24.02.2015
ArcelorMittal Europe - Long Products was awarded a distinction in the Engineering Award by the German Steel Construction Industry for the development of "CoSFB Betondübel", an innovative concrete dowel technology, which is part of the design of the Composite SlimFloor Beam CoSFB.
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ArcelorMittal receives quality and sustainability label ECCA Premium® for outdoor prepainted products

Posted on 16.02.2015
ArcelorMittal is the first steel producer to be granted a new label by the European Coil Coating Association (ECCA). The ECCA Premium® label ensures the quality and sustainability of pre-painted metals for outdoor applications. ECCA developed it to differentiate quality products which meet high European standards from inferior imports.
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New version of ArcelorMittal-CTICM Columns Calculator - A3C v2.31

Posted on 27.01.2015
ArcelorMittal updated the A3C tool (ArcelorMittal-CTICM Columns Calculator) to verify the steel and composite steel columns, subjected to axial forces and bending, according to EN 1993-1-1 norm, in cold and fire conditions. The latest version (2.31) includes the new database of profiles and steel grades.
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Museum of Human Evolution in Burgos, Spain

Posted on 20.01.2015
This modern architectural complex in the historical Spanish town of Burgos seeks to reproduce the Atapuerca mountains, an important archaeological site in the region. ArcelorMittal supplied the characteristic red steel structure that marks the museum's lateral façades and concrete reinforcing steel bars and meshes for the building's structure.
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