Our partners

Our partners

As the construction sector prepares for crucial long-term challenges – from cost effectiveness to sustainability – constructsteel partners have united under a common goal that will provide many of the solutions.

That goal is to increase the presence of steel in the construction sector. constructsteel partners can share expertise and ideas to collectively boost the use of steel in construction projects, alongside all the benefits that come with it.

  • IPO Steel Network

    A network of organisations who are in charge of the promotion of steel in the construction sector in order to reach a larger and more effective use of steel.

  • Bouwen met Staal (Holland)

    Bouwen met staal is a Dutch organisation active in promotion, advice and information, knowledge transfer and research on the use of steel in construction.

  • Bauforumstahl (Germany)

    The leading association for building with steel in Germany, promoting aspects such as cost-effectiveness, safety, flexibility and sustainability. Members include all well-known German steel construction companies, subcontractors and subsequent trades, architecture and engineering firms as well as colleges and universities.

  • British Construction Steelwork Association

    BCSA is the British national organisation for the steel construction industry, working together with the principal objective to promote the use of structural steelwork.

  • ConstruirAcier (France)

    ConstruirAcier promotes the benefits of using steel to architects, design offices, engineers, teachers, students and in the construction of buildings and public works.

  • Infosteel (Belgium)

    Active in Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Infosteel focuses on promoting the qualitative use of steel in construction. It is supported by more than 600 members from across the steel industry.

  • Fondazione Promozione Acciaio (Italy)

    Italy’s foundation for steel promotion. The activity of Fondazione Promozione Acciaio is focused on improving the steel construction culture and the development of technical standardization, innovation and competitiveness both in Italy and Europe.

  • Steel Construction Development Association (Russia)

    Working together to tackle “concrete” stereotypes in investors, developers, architects and designers in Russia and beyond, helping them to opt for steel structures.

  • Stahlbau Zentrum Schweiz (Switzerland)

    Since 1998, “Stahlbau Zentrum Schweiz” has united steel construction companies and industry representatives, such as suppliers, steel traders, architectural and engineering offices, as well as universities and institutions.

  • Ukrainian Steel Construction Center (Ukraine)

    An association of participants of the Ukrainian steel construction market, uniting the leading manufacturers and distributors of rolled steel, production facilities for metalwork, roofing and facade systems, sectorial research and design organisations.

  • The European Convention for Constructional Steelwork (ECCS CECM EKS)

    A federation of 18 national associations of steel constructors, encouraging closer cooperation between architects, civil engineers and companies related to steel construction for the benefit of the whole industry.