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Newsletter Constructalia nº9   October 2010

 
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Water and Environmental Science Building


Cargolux Aircraft Maintenance Centre


Meetse-a-Bophelo primary school, South Africa


INSPIRING STEEL


Water and Environmental Science Building, University of Lethbridge (Canada)

This new LEED silver certified university building is characterized by its easy and rapid construction, the reliability, durability and recyclability of steel and its architectural simplicity and compactness. The exterior is inspired by the mountains, glaciers and lakes of the Canadian landscape.


Cargolux Aircraft Maintenance Centre Findel Airport (Luxembourg)

Cargolux, a Luxembourg cargo airline, has built a maintenance centre for its wide-body fleet. Launched in 2003, the project is noteworthy for a series of objectives tending to espouse a high environmental quality approach before its time. The structure of the hangar, the most spectacular space in the building, consists of of 4500 tn of steel.


PRODUCT OF THE MONTH


Insulated cladding panels

Click here to learn more about our range of sandwich and fire resistant panels: a great variety of profiled steel sheets with insulation for cladding applications.


SOFTWARE


ArcelorMittal COnnection Program COP2

This new software developed by ArcelorMittal facilitates the design of composite beam-to-column joints according to Eurocode (EN 1993-1-8 and EN1994-1-1). Download it here!


PUBLICATION


EUROFER: Eco-design package - Composite Flooring Systems

The European Confederation of Iron and Steel Industries, EUROFER, is committed to advancing sustainable development throughout the European steel industry. This Eco-Design package focuses on the application of composite flooring systems. Download your personal copy!


NEWS


South African Steel Award to ArcelorMittal prototype steel construction school building

The primary school in Pretoria is built using a combination of structural steel, Arval façade system panels and light weight steel technologies and constitutes a cost efficient prototype school that can easily be erected in other provinces: the winner in the category community development.


Global steel industry signs Sustainable Construction Charter

The Steel Network sustainable Construction Charter contains the sustainability strategy for the European steel construction sector developed by the Independent Promotion Organizations (IPOs) for steel construction Steel Network.




 
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