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Structural steel makes our world possible, bestowing seven benefits that keep it at the forefront of today’s construction industry.
Safety is the primary goal of any building; steel provides a majority of the safety benefits everyone expects when they enter a structure.
Reduced the construction costs
Prefabricated building solutions provide another benefit of steel - lower costs across the project.
Steel buildings and frames are remarkably adaptable. They are easily expanded either upwards or to any side. Because steel is extremely strong for its weight it can support the added weight of new stories. The overall weight of the structure is still lower than one built with concrete or wood, so the foundation experiences less stress from the added floors.
The predictable properties of steel allow designers and fabricators to meet tight tolerances with precision and accuracy. Variation in cutting, punching and rolling that occurs with onsite manual processes is eliminated. Steel members have known strength and dimensions, allowing architects and engineers to predict the feasibility of their designs accurately.
Serviceability and Resilience
Usability and occupant comfort are critical elements of building operations. A steel building can be designed to eliminate vibration from human, machine or weather movements. Steel exhibits a predictable amount of sway in common conditions with limited movement.
Most of the unique building designs seen today are not possible without steel. Steel is a dynamic material capable of being formed into endless shapes from simple to complex geometries. Its strength allows slender designs not possible in wood or concrete.
Steel is one of the most sustainable materials in the world. It was green before green was a thing.