When it comes to taking a structural steel construction project onboard, we’ve got a full-cycle of steelworks production expertise at hand! Over all the years in business, our specialists have been involved in an array of steel construction projects of varying quality, from simple warehouses to complex skyscrapers, military-grade facilities and steel bridges… Just so you understand all the complexity that is usually involved in this process, let’s deconstruct the process backward… While it all ends with the erection of structural steelwork, the overall process consists of the assembly of steel components into a frame on site.
That procedure involves lifting and placing components into position, then joining them together. Generally, this is achieved through bolting, while at times site welding is being used too. The assembled frame needs to be aligned before bolting up is completed, and the structure handed over to the principal contractor. It is important to understand, that the ability to complete these processes in a safe, fast and budget smart way is influenced significantly by early decisions made during design long before erection commences.