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New Constructalia website

New Constructalia website has architecture, building, and construction covered

Constructalia, one of the world’s leading steel reference sites for architects, engineers, and building owners has undergone a complete transformation and is now available via a new URL: New content, features, and online services have been added, giving decisions makers in the construction business comprehensive information about the use of structural and aesthetic steel solutions.

As well as information about construction products, ArcelorMittal Europe’s construction website now includes tools such as objects for building information modelling (BIM) and environmental product declarations (EPDs). There are also plans to add a new area where registered users can:

  • Create a profile
  • Order samples and request quotes
  • Bookmark product and news pages for easy access later

From case studies to contacts

ArcelorMittal Europe’s construction website contains comprehensive information about all steel construction products & solutions from ArcelorMittal Europe. The details available include colour swatches, technical data, product properties, case studies, and supporting information.

You can explore the site by application category (for example, roofing or civil engineering), product name, or using a free text search. There’s even a Google map showing the location of every project included in the case study gallery, allowing you to find other steel construction projects with ArcelorMittal’s steels in your region. Local business contacts are also included, enabling you to get in touch with experienced steel professionals in your area.

Dedicated portals for user groups

There are dedicated portals which are tailored to the specific needs of different players in the construction sector including:

  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Contractors
  • Investors

News, services, and topics of interest to each user group are highlighted in their section. Launched initially in English, the website will also be translated into French, German, Italian, Polish, and Spanish.