case study the greenland centre

The unexplored potential of recycled skyscrapers

Since the 19th century, steel has been crucial in high-rise construction. But what happens when those towers fall into disuse? A new project in Australia shows how steel can be used sustainably for future constructions.

case study crossrail

The construction innovations powering Crossrail’s ambition

Slated to open some time between October 2020 and March 2021, Crossrail is an ambitious project to develop a new railway – called the Elizabeth line – that represents the largest current infrastructure development in Europe.

why steel in commercial

Steel offers unique flexibility for commercial buildings

There is increasingly strong demand for premium quality office space, especially in compacted centre spaces of large cities. High-profile companies want buildings that offer impeccable architectural and environmental standards for their corporate headquarters.

why steel in civic industrial

Steel meets the highest standards for civic and industrial works

The rapid growth of the world's population will be accompanied by equally rapid urbanisation. Steel will be crucial to the construction of new buildings and infrastructure required to meet this need.

free software tool supports acoustic design

Free SoViST tool supports acoustic design

Sound and Vibration Steel Timber (SoViST) has been developed to support architects, building physics advisors and structural engineers aiming to find the optimal acoustic performance of lightweight buildings structured with steel or timber.

Industry unites to exploit growth potential

In March, Global experts gathered at Tata Steel India’s first Construction Conclave held in Dubai, UAE, to explore how recent successes and innovations in construction could shape a rewarding future for India’s steel industry.

Another global steel connection

Another global steel connection

A cooperation agreement between The World Steel Association and the Russian Federation’s Steel Construction Development Association is expected to encourage even closer ties going forward.

why steel in infrastructure

Steel is the backbone of vital infrastructure

Steel is utilised globally in the construction of infrastructure, from bridges to tunnels, airports and train stations. It is a versatile and durable material that provides solutions to the engineering challenges these projects often represent.

why steel in residential

Steel’s growing role in residential building projects

As the planet’s populations continue to grow and urban areas must accommodate them, the pressure on the residential construction sector is only set to increase. What benefits does steel offer for residential building projects?