Belgian studio Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, an artistic collaboration between architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, created the “Labyrinth” structure.
Magnetic Shield invents new alloy line to secure sensitive electronics
Berlin-based architecture firm Barkow Leibinger has designed the new headquarters for laser and machine technology company TRUMPF in Warsaw, Poland.
From afar, it looks like a neglected theme park relic sitting quietly and alone atop of a barren hilltop‚ but it’s actually an interactive work of art.
Steel Framing Industry Association members build welcome center for Warrior Canine Connection Healing Quarters
Steel trade groups see hope in G-20 talks on overcapacity
Six Flags’ latest roller coaster, The Joker, is a hybrid of wood and steel
Countries plagued by excessive Chinese imports arrive at consensus
Chicago’s Navy Pier gets a facelift with Dutch-built giant Ferris wheel
Steel caucus works to pass trade enforcement bill
Steel girds wood for Kentucky Kingdom’s Storm Chaser, a ramped-up ride
Due to challenging market conditions facing its U.S. business, ArcelorMittal has decided to close its wire rod facility in Georgetown, South Carolina.
Whitney Museum opens new steel-and-concrete campus in NYC
With a voracious appetite for wire cable, two new bridges rise above the Ohio River
Mid-term elections and WTO trade law ruling impacts domestic steel industry
Mentors help guide success for minority owned steel processor, which attracts President Obama for a plant tour
A historic foundry launches improvement program for itself and its hometown
Lagunitas Brewing Co. picks up where Ryerson left off in new Chicago brewery
Steel skins form trailer skirts that cut drag, boost fuel efficiency.
But import increases aren’t necessarily evidence of unfair trade, AIIS says
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