Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

Featured Buildings Involving ArcelorMittal

10 Universal City Plaza

10 Universal City Plaza, Los Angeles

10 Universal City Plaza is a 35-story, rhombic skyscraper in the Universal City/Studio City and Burbank Media District submarket of Los Angeles, California.

150 North Riverside

150 North Riverside, Chicago

Utilizing a unique core-supported structure with a very small footprint at grade, the design resolves considerable site challenges and provides a 54-story Class A office tower.

300 North LaSalle

300 North LaSalle, Chicago

This 60-story mixed-use building, located on the north bank of the Chicago River, features a sunlit waterfront public garden with access to the river's edge.

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital, Chicago

Lurie Children's Hospital is one of the top pediatric providers in the Midwest, and is affiliated with Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

Aspire Tower

Aspire Tower, Doha

Aspire Tower is a supertall skyscraper that served as the focal point for the 15th Asian games in 2006 housing the flame.

BNY Mellon Bank Center

BNY Mellon Bank Center, Philadelphia

Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, the 54-story BNY Mellon Bank Center features an exclusive club under its instantly iconic pyramidal roof.

Bay-Adelaide Centre

Bay-Adelaide Centre, Toronto

An office complex located in the Financial District of Toronto, Bay-Adelaide Centre consists of three towers.

Blue Cross-Blue Shield Tower

Blue Cross-Blue Shield Tower, Chicago

The design concept defined an initial building to serve a company’s immediate needs and planned for vertical expansion in the future.

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Undoubtedly one of the wonders of the modern world, Burj Khalifa is graceful and elegant as it reaches upward with seeming ease.

Capital Market Authority Tower

Capital Market Authority Tower, Riyadh

The CMA Tower is the tallest of the five structures that make up the plaza of the King Abdullah Financial District.

European Patent Office

European Patent Office, Rijswijk

Winner of the 2019 Best Tall Office Building Award, this building uses many unique techniques to ensure the building achieves environmental sustainability standards.

Federation Towers - Vostok Tower

Federation Towers - Vostok Tower, Moscow

When completed in late 2016, the Federation Towers - Vostok Tower claimed the title of Europe's Tallest Building and was the third tallest building to open for occupancy that year.

Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo

Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo, Turin

The Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo building incorporates large environmentally friendly and socially conscious spaces as part of a design objective to experiment with communal urban forms.

Hearst Tower

Hearst Tower, New York City

The Hearst Headquarters became the first New York City commercial office building to achieve Gold LEED Certification from the US Green Building Council.

J57

J57, Changsha

Broad Sustainable Building Company's building, J57, is a 57-floor, 180,000-square-meter skyscraper, fully built with energy-efficient, factory-produced, Lego-like blocks.

KL118 Tower

KL118 Tower, Kuala Lumpur

KL118, the first building taller than the Petronas Towers proposed in Kuala Lumpur, is being constructed in the vicinity of Plaza Rakyat.

Kingdom Centre

Kingdom Centre, Riyadh

Below the observation deck is an inverted parabolic arch that occupies the top third of the skyscraper creating its iconic status in the city.

Morpheus

Morpheus, Macau

Winner of the 2019 CTBUH Fire & Risk Engineering Award, this building has an atrium spanning the full height of the building with the exterior composed of a freeform exoskeleton.

Naberezhnaya Tower Block C

Naberezhnaya Tower Block C, Moscow

The Naberezhnaya Towers consist of three Class-A office towers with a modern design, located in the heart of the city.

New Orleans

New Orleans, Rotterdam

The New Orleans was given a nickname in keeping with Rotterdam tradition: "Lady in the Wharf," referring to the crown of penthouses at the top.

One Liberty Place

One Liberty Place, Philadelphia

Though controversial when initially proposed, this 61-story tower completely transformed Philadelphia's skyline upon its completion in 1985, and has since become a famous city symbol.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center, New York City

Part of the ambitious World Trade Center redevelopment, the symbolic 1,776-foot One World Trade Center rises on the northwest corner of the Lower Manhattan site.

Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Towers display a distinctive postmodern style, making it a 21st-century icon for Kuala Lumpur, and the symbol of Malaysia’s success.

Post Tower

Post Tower, Bonn

Post Tower is a forward-looking high-rise for the 21st century: formally, technically, and ecologically advanced, and offering a high-quality work environment.

Puerta de Europa

Puerta de Europa, Madrid

Spanish for Gate of Europe, these twin office buildings are inclined at 15° over the Plaza de Castilla bus station.

River Point

River Point, Chicago

This 52-story building was constructed adjacent to and over active rail lines to enhance the character of this prominent river frontage while concealing the existing rail lines below.

Roosevelt University Academic, Student Life Residence Center

Roosevelt University Academic, Student Life Residence Center, Chicago

This vertical campus' glass and steel design is an architectural counterpoint to the grey limestone of the Auditorium Building its connected to.

SOCAR Tower

SOCAR Tower, Baku

SOCAR Tower has a free formed shape to follow the basic design concept but uses segmented elements based on the local infrastructure and constructability.

Salesforce Tower

Salesforce Tower, San Francisco

Winning the 2019 CTBUH Best Tall Building Worldwide Award, this tapering building minimizes shadows and uses many techniques to improve environmental sustainability.

Shanghai World Financial Center

Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai

The Shanghai World Financial Center has become an icon of Shanghai and China, with its clear and elegant form and revolutionary structural design.

The Bank of America Tower

The Bank of America Tower, New York City

The Bank of America Tower at One Bryant Park produces a high level of sustainability within the commercial market place, creating a strong identity for itself.

The Bow

The Bow, Calgary

The Bow is both stunning as a form and functions well from an environmental and urban standpoint, especially in the context of a harsh northern climate.

The John Hancock Center

The John Hancock Center, Chicago

Over forty years after its completion, the John Hancock Center has established itself as one of the world’s most recognized skyscrapers and an iconic example.

The New York Times Building

The New York Times Building, New York City

The New York Times Building is a 1.5-million-SF, 52-story building on Eighth Avenue in Manhattan, anchoring the west side of the redevelopment of Times Square.

Torre Caja Madrid

Torre Caja Madrid, Madrid

Designed by Lord Norman Foster, Torre Caja Madrid is the tallest building in the Cuatro Torres Business Area complex.

U.S. Bancorp Tower

U.S. Bancorp Tower, Portland

The U.S. Bancorp Tower is also known as "Big Pink" due to its pink granite and glazed glass façade.

About ArcelorMittal

With approximately 114 million tonnes of annual production capacity and 199,000 employees across 60 countries, ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company.

With an industrial presence in 18 countries, ArcelorMittal is a leader in all major global steel markets including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, with leading research and development and technology, sizeable captive supplies of raw materials, and outstanding distribution networks.

The company’s core philosophy is to produce safe, sustainable steel. In so doing, ArcelorMittal’s top priority is safety, and its goal is to be the world’s safest steel and mining company. As a company, ArcelorMittal is committed to its promise of ‘transforming tomorrow’. Guiding the company in this are its values of sustainability, quality and leadership.

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ArcelorMittal at CTBUH

CTBUH Leaders Meet at Annual Awards Event

CTBUH Leaders Meet at Annual Awards Event

1 Jun 2018, Event Report – The first 2018 Leaders Meeting brought together CTBUH leaders from around the world…

Calculating Floor Areas in Skyscrapers Workshop

Calculating Floor Areas in Skyscrapers Workshop

29 Oct 2017, Event Report – The day before the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, delegates gathered for the…

Composite Megacolumns Report Now Available

12 Jan 2017, CTBUH Publication – The summary of the research project on composite megacolumns,…

ArcelorMittal at CTBUH

CTBUH Leaders Meet at Annual Awards Event
1 Jun 2018, Chicago – Event Report
The first 2018 Leaders Meeting brought together CTBUH leaders from around the world to provide mid-year updates on the Council's major initiatives.
Calculating Floor Areas in Skyscrapers Workshop
29 Oct 2017, Sydney – Event Report
The day before the CTBUH 2017 Australia Conference, delegates gathered for the Calculating Floor Areas in Skyscrapers Workshop.
Composite Megacolumns Report Now Available
12 Jan 2017, Venice – CTBUH Publication
The summary of the research project on composite megacolumns, sponsorsed by ArcelorMittal, and is now available on the CTBUH Shop.
CTBUH Board of Trustees Set the Agenda for 2017
16 Oct 2016, Shenzhen – Event Report
The Board of Trustees held their second meeting of the year in conjunction with the 2016 Conference to discuss the Council’s plans for 2017.
CTBUH 14th Annual Awards Executive Table Sponsor
12 Nov 2015, Chicago – Awards Event
The CTBUH 14th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the daytime Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
CTBUH 2015 New York Conference Gold Sponsor
26-30 Oct 2015, New York City – Conference Sponsor
After a post-recession hiatus in tall building construction in many countries lasting several years, numerous cities are again resurgent.
Interesting Results from Second Round of Megacolumn Tests
27-29 Jul 2015, Beijing – Event Report
CTBUH research division members attended the second round of tests in Beijing related to the Megacolumn Research project, sponsored by ArcelorMittal.
First Composite Megacolumns Test a Big Success
5 Feb 2015, Beijing – Event Report
The large research team working on the composite megacolumns research project gathered in Beijing to start the test campaign on the first megacolumn samples.
Executive Director’s Europe Trip Paves Way For Research Projects
19-23 Jan 2015, Paris – Tour Report
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood and Research Director Dario Trabucco made a week-long journey to Paris and Luxembourg to pursue several initiatives on behalf of the Council.
Composite Megacolumns Research Meeting Held in Beijing
15 Dec 2014, Beijing – Event Report
Megacolumns researcher goes to Beijing to explore the actual behavior (N-M curve) of large composite concrete/steel megacolumns with encased steel profiles.
Research Division LCA Project Nearing Completion
12 Dec 2014, Esch-sur-Alzette – Event Report
Research Manager meets in Luxembourg to discuss the results of the "A Whole Life Cycle Assessment of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings" project.
CTBUH 13th Annual Awards Executive Table Sponsor
6 Nov 2014, Chicago – Awards Event
The CTBUH 13th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the daytime Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
Changsha Regional Tour Report
20-21 Sep 2014, Changsha – Tour Report
The tour began with the Broad Sustainable Building (BSB) campus including the New-Ark Hotel. The group also visited Broad’s construction site of a 59-story tower.
CTBUH and ArcelorMittal Discuss Final Stages of LCA Research
Sep 2014, Esch-sur-Alzette – CTBUH Research Report
CTBUH and ArcelorMittal met for 2.5 days in July in Esch sur Alzette, Luxembourg, to discuss the advancements of the LCA Research.
Megacolumns Research – Update and First Deliverable
Sep 2014, Chicago – CTBUH Research Report
Progress is being made on the Composite Megacolumns research project, with a case study and laboratories selected for the destructive tests
Update on LCA Research
Apr 2014, Chicago – CTBUH Research Report
“A Whole Life-Cycle Assessment of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings,” is now progressing toward completion, and dissemination in early 2015.
Interim Meeting at ArcelorMittal Luxembourg Headquarters
Mar 2014, Esch-sur-Alzette – Event Report
After one year of research completed, and another year to go, the research team met in Luxembourg the ArcelorMittal representatives to discuss the advancements of the LCA research.
CTBUH Explores Demolition Phase of Tall Building Life Cycle
Dec 2013, Chicago – CTBUH Research Report
One of the least studied parts of a tall building life is its end-of-life scenario yet many buildings are now approaching the end of their service life.
CTBUH 12th Annual Awards Executive Table Sponsor
7 Nov 2013, Chicago – Awards Event
The CTBUH 12th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the afternoon Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
CTBUH Research Team Consults Prominent Demolition Experts
17 Jul 2013, Milan – Event Report
Dario Trabucco, involved in the Life Cycle Assessment of Tall Building Structural Systems research project funded by ArcelorMittal, visited Despe Spa.
CTBUH Visits ACME Plant Site, Furthering Recycling Knowledge
10 Jul 2013, Chicago – Tour Report
The Life Cycle Assessment of Tall Building Structural Systems research team gained significant understanding of the steel recycling process after a meeting at the ACME Refining Plant.
CTBUH Gains Info on Concrete Recycling at Bluff City
10 Jul 2013, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH research team visited Bluff City Materials to gain a greater understanding of the amount of energy that goes into recycling concrete.
CTBUH Researchers Uncover Cost of Steel Recycling Process at ACME
9 Jul 2013, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH research team made a short trip to visit ACME Refining to collect more information regarding the energy involved in steel scrap and the processes employed in the facility.
CTBUH Visits Gerdau Ameristeel Facility
25 Jun 2013, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH research team traveled to the Gerdau Ameristeel Facility to gain more information regarding the steel to be analyzed in the Life Cycle Assessment research project.
CTBUH Researchers Tour MBL Recycling Plant
24 Jun 2013, Chicago – Tour Report
The CTBUH research team made a visit to MBL Recycling to gather more information for the Life Cycle Assessment of Tall Building Structural Systems research project.
Construction & Demolition Recycling Association Meeting
24 Jun 2013, Chicago – Event Report
CTBUH researchers met with the Construction & Demolition Recycling Association to answer questions about demolition and recycling costs for concrete and steel structures.
CTBUH Researchers, Clark Construction Meet
27 Mar 2013, Chicago – Event Report
The CTBUH research team met with Senior Project Manager Chris Phares of Clark Construction Group as part of the LCA Study.
CTBUH Meets with ArcelorMittal Research Office
20 Feb 2013, Eschborn – Event Report
The CTBUH visited ArcelorMittal’s research offices to make progress on the Life Cycle Analysis research project.
Leading Structural Firms Help the Council on LCA Research
Feb 2013, Chicago – CTBUH Research Report
Twelve of the world’s best-known structural engineering firms helped the CTBUH Research Team to perform a fundamental part of its LCA research project.
Key Stakeholders Meet to Launch Life Cycle Research Project
9 Jan 2013, Chicago – Event Report
ArcelorMittal funded research project: “A Whole Life Cycle Assessment of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings” launched and met for the first time in Chicago.
CTBUH to Study the Life Cycle of Tall Building Structural Systems
14 Nov 2012, Chicago – Event Report
ArcelorMittal has awarded a $300,000 research grant to the CTBUH to study and compare the full range of environmental effects assignable to structural systems in tall buildings.
Costa Rica Group Discusses Sustainable Tall Buildings
25 Oct 2012, San José – Event Report
Victor Montero, the new CTBUH City Representative for San Jose, Costa Rica organized a forum to discuss tall building design and the challenges of local urban development.
CTBUH 11th Annual Awards Executive Table Sponsor
18 Oct 2012, Chicago – Awards Event
The CTBUH 11th Annual awards ceremony and dinner was held immediately after the afternoon Symposium in nearby S.R. Crown Hall.
Shanghai Congress News Day Congress: Day Two
20 Sep 2012, Shanghai – Conference Activity Report
See the highlights from the second day of the CTBUH 2012 Shanghai Congress including the Technical Tours and Networking Reception.

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Jean Claude Gerardy

Jean Claude Gerardy

CTBUH Advisory Group, 2013 – Present
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Shelley Finnigan

Shelley Finnigan

CTBUH Chapter Chair, 2018 – Present
Chicago, United States

Nicoleta Popa

Nicoleta Popa

CTBUH Working Group: LCA of Structural Systems, 2013 – 2015
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

CTBUH Leaders at ArcelorMittal

Jean Claude Gerardy

Jean Claude Gerardy

CTBUH Advisory Group, 2013 – Present
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Shelley Finnigan

Shelley Finnigan

CTBUH Chapter Chair, 2018 – Present
Chicago, United States

Nicoleta Popa

Nicoleta Popa

CTBUH Working Group: LCA of Structural Systems, 2013 – 2015
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

Olivier Vassart

Olivier Vassart

CTBUH Working Group: LCA of Structural Systems, 2013 – 2015
Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg

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CTBUH Resources Involving ArcelorMittal

Award Winners & Award of Excellence Recipients

The CTBUH Awards recognize projects and individuals that have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement of tall buildings and the urban environment, and that achieve sustainability at the highest and broadest level.

Winner

Award of Excellence

Creating Industry-Accepted Criteria for Measuring Tall Building Floor Area

Jan 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I
William Miranda & Dario Trabucco, CTBUH

Engineering Properties of Composite Mega-Columns with Separately Encased Hot Rolled Steel Profiles

17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism
Congzhen Xiao & Chen Tao, China Academy of Building Research; Fei Deng, Tsinghua University; et al

A Whole LCA of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings

Jun 2016 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 5 Number 2
Dario Trabucco, IUAV University of Venice; Antony Wood, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat; Olivier Vassart & Nicoletta Popa, ArcelorMittal

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Videos

CTBUH Research:
Creating Industry-Accepted Criteria for Measuring Floor Area

30 Oct 2017 – Other Videos;
During the CTBUH 2017 International Conference, held in Sydney, delegates who visited the CTBUH research booth were presented with an introductory video of questions being raised in the ongoing research activity, "Creating Industry-Accepted Criteria…
2015 New York Conference - Session 4d - Q&A
27 Oct 2015 – Presentation at CTBUH 2015 New York Conference; Panel Questions & Answers
Markus Jetter & Stefan Gerstenmeyer, thyssenkrupp; Shelley Finnigan, ArcelorMittal; John Mizon, Schindler, answer questions at the end of 2015 New York Conference Session 4d: Technological Advancements.
Steel and the Skyscraper City: A Study on the Influence of Steel on the Design of Tall Buildings
27 Oct 2015 – Presentation at CTBUH 2015 New York Conference; Shelley Finnigan, ArcelorMittal
At the turn of the century, building design began to evolve. Improvements included indoor plumbing, the advent of escalators, and creation of the “Chicago window." Perhaps the most notable change was development of the skyscraper. Innovations in…
Design of Composite Mega-Columns with Multiple Rolled H-Sections
19 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Jean-Claude Gerardy ArcelorMittal Commercial
Composite mega-columns used in tall buildings are currently designed with continuous built-up sections, typically welded in a fabrication shop and spliced on site without any prequalified welding procedure. This often leads to highly restrained welds…
Track 4: Material Advances Q & A
19 Sep 2012 – Presentation at CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Panel Questions & Answers
Track 4 speakers including, Jon Kimberlain and Lawrence Carbary, Dow Corning Corporation; BaoLiGao MengGen, Shenyang Yuanda Aluminum; and Jean-Claude Gerardy, ArcelorMittal take questions from delegates.
New High Performance Steel Sections in Grade 485 MPa (70ksi) for Supertall Buildings
Oct 2011 – Presentation at CTBUH 2011 Seoul Conference; Jean-Claude Gerardy, ArcelorMittal Commercial Sections
ASTM A913/ Grade 485 MPa (70 ksi) is available since 2011, breaking the world record of 65 ksi yield strength for rolled sections. Besides, the range of rolled shape sizes has also been extended. Jumbo shapes (HD400) (W14”x16”) are available up to…
Sustainable Steel Buildings through Natural Fire Safety Concept
5 Mar 2008 – Presentation at CTBUH 2008 8th World Congress, Dubai; Jean-Claude Gérardy, Arcelor Mittal
Jean-Claude Gerardy from Arcelor Mittal described the Global Natural Fire Safety Concept (NFSC) and highlighted its importance for sustainable construction at the CTBUH 8th World Congress in Dubai. In contrary to conventional methods of guaranteeing…

Papers/Research

Creating Industry-Accepted Criteria for Measuring Tall Building Floor Area
Jan 2019 – CTBUH Journal 2019 Issue I; William Miranda & Dario Trabucco, CTBUH
The entire tall building industry relies on floor-area measurements to serve as a precise, unambiguous calculation to guide decisions. This can range from architects using the measurement to influence design interventions and engineers formulating…
Engineering Properties of Composite Mega-Columns with Separately Encased Hot Rolled Steel Profiles
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism; Congzhen Xiao & Chen Tao, China Academy of Building Research; Fei Deng, Tsinghua University; et al
This paper presents an experimental study on the behavior of composite mega-columns with separately encased steel profiles. Ten scaled composite columns were designed, including six 1/4-scaled test specimens and four 1/6-scaled test specimens tested…
A Whole LCA of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings
Jun 2016 – International Journal of High-Rise Buildings Volume 5 Number 2; Dario Trabucco, IUAV University of Venice; Antony Wood, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat; Olivier Vassart & Nicoletta Popa, ArcelorMittal
This paper summarizes the results of a two-year-long research project conducted by the CTBUH on the life cycle assessment (LCA) of tall building structural systems. The research project was made possible thanks to a $300,000 contribution from…
Steel and the Skyscraper City: A Study on the Influence of Steel on the Design of Tall Buildings
26 Oct 2015 – The Future of Tall: A Selection of Written Works on Current Skyscraper Innovations; Shelley Finnigan, ArcelorMittal; Barry Charnish, Entuitive; Robert Chmielowski, Magnusson Klemencic Associates
At the turn of the century, building design began to evolve. Improvements included indoor plumbing, the advent of escalators, and creation of the “Chicago window.” Perhaps the most notable change was the development of the skyscraper. Innovations in…
A Whole Life Cycle Assessment of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings
26 Oct 2015 – The Future of Tall: A Selection of Written Works on Current Skyscraper Innovations; Dario Trabucco & Antony Wood, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat; Olivier Vassart & Nicoletta Popa, ArcelorMittal
During a dedicated two-year-long research effort, the CTBUH analyzed all life phases of a tall building’s structural system: the extraction and production of its materials, transportation to the site, construction operations, final demolition of the…
CTBUH Research Project: A Whole LCA of the Sustainable Aspects of Structural Systems in Tall Buildings
16 Sep 2014 – CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Proceedings; Dario Trabucco, Dr. Antony Wood & Meysam Tabibzadeh, CTBUH; Olivier Vassart, ArcelorMittal
This paper illustrates the tasks completed so far and the initial findings of the first part of a 24-month long, US $300k research project on the Life-Cycle Assessment of tall building structures. The research is aimed at investigating the energy /…
Design of Composite Mega-columns with Multiple Rolled H-Sections
Sep 2012 – CTBUH 2012 9th World Congress, Shanghai; Jean-Claude Gerardy, Georges Axmann & Riccardo Zanon, Arcelor Mittal Commercial Sections
Composite mega columns of tall buildings are currently designed with continuous built-up sections, welded in the fabrication shop and spliced on the job site without any pre-qualified welding procedure. This leads to highly restrained welds and…
Sustainable steel buildings through Natural Fire Safety Concept
Mar 2008 – CTBUH 2008 8th World Congress, Dubai; Jean-Claude Gérardy, Arcelor Mittal Commercial Sections
This paper describes the Global Natural Fire Safety Concept (NFSC) and highlights its importance for sustainable construction. In contrary to conventional methods of guaranteeing structural fire protection for steel structures with board claddings or…

ArcelorMittal Tall Building Facts

150m+ Buildings 91 Completed28 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 21 Completed11 Under Constr.
Average Building Age 17 Years
Most Common Function office, 78 Buildings
Most Common Material Composite, 56 Buildings
Building Functions
 
Building Materials
 

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings currently in the database.

Tall Buildings Involving ArcelorMittal

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