Steel Stats

Offsite fabrication, short lead times and ease of erection can reduce construction periods by 60%.

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Steel’s strength, light weight and versatility offers maximum design and architectural flexibility.

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Offsite fabrication, precise tolerances, and nationally recognized quality certification programs ensures consistently high quality products.

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Enhanced project productivity, efficiency and accuracy is achieved with use of CNC and BIM technology.

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Steel’s high strength-to-weight ratio allows for longer spans in buildings and bridges and results in smaller and lighter foundations.

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With consistent chemical and mechanical properties, steel behaves in a predictable manner when subjected to the structural loads imposed by high wind and seismic events.

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Steel does not melt at temperatures typically encountered in a building fire. Its non combustibility and assembly fire ratings do not degrade over the lifecycle of a building.

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Time-related savings can easily amount to between 3% and 5% of the overall project value, reducing the building owner’s requirements for working capital and improving cash flow.

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Steel is a non-combustible material and consequently does not burn, provide an ignition source or add fuel load that would enable a fire to spread or grow into a catastrophic event.

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Cost savings in steel buildings start at the foundations, where the loads imposed by a steel frame are up to 50% less than those of a concrete alternative.

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Steel enables faster project completion and maximizes the amount and use of floor space.

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Steel construction requires 75% fewer workers on site, and allows for faster and easier erection

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