The new Kelani Bridge is an outstanding example of structural steel use in a mega viaduct.
The Berry to Bomaderry Highway upgrade is a newly upgraded, four-lane section of road, that includes two composite bridges constructed using BlueScope’s REDCOR Weathering Steel.
Park1538 is a new landmark located next to POSCO’s headquarters overlooking Pohang Steelworks. Park1538 is named after the melting point of pure steel – 1538℃ – and was built as a cultural space to share POSCO’s past, present, and future with the public.
Sited on reclaimed land, the new facility is bordered by 600 metres of new quay wall that enables a water depth in the port of 16.5 metres.
In one of the most challenging engineering projects ever undertaken, Chile is building a unique steel-built suspension bridge near the site of the strongest earthquake ever recorded.
Engineers at TK Elevator have created an innovative multidirectional lift system that could revolutionise urban mobility and the design of large buildings.
Scheduled to open in 2023, the Canakkale 1915 bridge will be a steel-built infrastructure first, spanning the Dardanelles strait that separates the European and Asian continents.
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.
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.