Ask any construction business professional or an architect if they suffer from tantrums when penning their contract drawings, and you are more than likely to hear an enthusiastically frustrated, “YES!”
Oh yes, the old 2D contract drawings, also called “plans” or “blueprints” or just “drawings”… They were bulky, hard to read, and difficult to be read through in between the construction site and the office. But even with all of this newfangled 3D modeling and the virtual or augmented reality devices, these blueprints continue to bring the construction industry down!
As an official fro North Dakota’s state government, I want to thank the Builderry construction company. On behalf of the citizens of the state, we’re so grateful for this new, innovative building! This allows North Dakota to hold its legislative operations in a contemporary, progressive architectural environment!
Going back to an ancient history, on a small scale, steel was produced since early antiquity.
But while some archaeologists discovered proofs of steel making dating from 2000 BC, it was the industrial revolution of the 17th century when the first modern techniques for producing this particular metal structure became widely available and applied throughout both the Old and New World, including America.
Three centuries later man has learned how to properly make use of this metal in construction work and it was love at first fabrication and erection…
Steel based structures became very popular in the last century and they managed to take architects’ and engineers’ imagination beyond limits. Here are twelve of the most amazing steel structures ever built by man.
- Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, USA
- Gateway Arch, St. Louis, USA
- Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, USA
- Basilica of San Sebastian, Manila, Philippines
- Tyne Bridge, Newcastle, UK
- Willis Tower, Chicago, USA
- Sydney Harbor Bridge, Sydney, Australia
- U.S. Steel Tower, Pittsburg, USA
- The New York Times Building, New York City
- Seagram Building, New York City, USA
- Tatara Bridge, Japan
- Inland Steel Building, Chicago, USA
Rest assured, that in case you’ll hire us for completing a similar or a smaller scale structural steel construction project, it will bleak both the Chrysler tower and the Tatara Bridge out!