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  • Steel Construction Day 2017

ArcelorMittal at Infosteel’s Steel Construction Day

ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products and ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products were present at Infosteel’s Steel Construction Day, organised at the Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg on Tuesday 7 November 2017.

This year’s steel construction day focused on the future of steel and the integration of sustainable development challenges in the construction sector. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Odenbreit, from the University of Luxembourg - in charge of the ArcelorMittal Chair on steel and façade engineering in Luxembourg - presented the advantages of steel and composite building solutions for the circular economy.

ArcelorMittal Europe – Flat Products highlighted Magnelis®as well as our newhigh strength steels for structural applications.

ArcelorMittal Europe – Long Products:

  • Presented the advantages of the S355 grade as a standard steel quality
  • Emphasised the activity of its Eurostructures Beam Finishing Centre,
  • Promoted the weathering steel grade Arcorox® 
  • Displayed a video on the production and the applications of sections.

Louis-Guy Cajot, Head of product development ArcelorMittal Europe - Long products led a session on the connection of heavy elements and Pierre Engel, head of the ArcelorMittal headquarters construction project in Luxembourg, explained the advantages of steel in refurbishment.

The Orange Book, an essential aid for engineers in the design of steel buildings and structures, was also in the spotlight this year with a joint presentation led by the Flat and Long teams as well as a live demo organised by R&D at the ArcelorMittal booth.

Every year, the steel construction day is the opportunity to discover innovative products and meet important players of the steel sector. The event is open to building owners, architects, design offices, metal builders, contractors, public authorities, distribution, trading, teaching, etc.

 





Designed with ArcelorMittal steel, the One on One building erected in Luxembourg City was awarded the Architecture Prize