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No other material is as strong and simultaneously as light and slender as steel. Moreover, one can contrive and develop the most intricate forms and structures using steel.

For this reason, steel is often used in architectural structures, mostly in combination with impressive glass elements. In such cases, steel is integrated in the architectural design. Because the steel remains visible, rectangular or circular hollow sections are often selected as profiles and the connection between these components often requires being invisible to create the impression that the structure is one architectural entirety.

Our engineers have the required know-how to work this idea out technically so that it becomes achievable for the steel constructor. The workshops and erection teams succeed in finishing the construction in a way that is expected of architectural steel: stricter tolerances to accommodate a perfect connection for the aluminium and glass; hidden bolt connections; extra rounding off at profile edges; neatly finished welds, often ground flush; extra attention is given to preservation of the steel, with a colour palette defined by the architect.


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