2015 Steel Construction Day

The key event for steel construction in Luxembourg, Saarland, Lorraine and Belgium is taking place on November 10. The ArcelorMittal representatives will present recent steel construction projects in Luxembourg, their opportunities and challenges.

The Steel Construction Day 2015 is addressing project managers, architects, engineering offices, metal manufacturers, contractors,government or steel products retailers.

Mark May, senior engineer ArcelorMittal Europe - Long Products, will present some lines of thought to increase the steel competitiveness. Christoph Radermacher, ArcelorMittal Europe - Construction - Product line Manager floor structures; along with Julien Goosse, Astron - MSB Sales Manager will showcase the Enovos parking, containing a structure and architecture beyond the usual standards. Dr. Aurelia Douard Lemière, ArcelorMittal Global Research and Development - development engineer pre-painted products, will highlight the concrete benefits of steel on sustainable construction of buildings.

Furthermore, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christoph Odenbreit, University of Luxembourg – in charge of the ArcelorMittal Chair of Steel and Façade Engineering from the University of Luxembourg will present the evolution of buildings’ construction.

The Steel Construction Contest

Highlight of the Day: 11 recent projects will compete for the Luxembourg edition of the 2015 Steel Construction Contest.The contest, now in its sixteenth edition, is held annually, alternately in Belgium and Luxembourg.

Among the nominations several projects include ArcelorMittal Luxembourg steels, counting the bridge of Grevenmacher.

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2015
    Chamber of Commerce
    2, Circuit of the International Fair
    L-1347 Luxembourg-Kirchber

  • From 9am.
  • Simultaneous translation, French / German and German / French, is planned.
  • Free participation subject to prior registration by clicking here.

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