A raised platform made from structural steel is so strong you only need a limited number of pillars.

This enables you to achieve uninterrupted space above and below which offers unlimited flexibility for utilisation of space. For example, you may want to utilise the ground floor as a workshop, for storage or manufacturing or packing area.

  • Design tailored to the shape of the site and the load-bearing performance required
  • Provides the greatest amount of usable space on top and the least possible obstructions underneath
  • Shelving can be easily added above or below the floor
  • Can accommodate multi-tier application
  • Flooring comprises either plywood, solid wood or steel sheets. Customer needs to confirm with their relevant fire engineer or local municipality.
  • Engineers certificate can be provided
  • Designed in accordance with SABS.

Structural steel is a versatile and widely used construction material known for its strength, durability, and adaptability in a variety of building applications. Composed primarily of iron with small amounts of carbon, structural steel gains its remarkable properties through a carefully controlled manufacturing process. The addition of other alloying elements, such as manganese, phosphorus, sulfur, and traces of other elements, allows engineers to tailor the properties of the steel to meet specific structural requirements.

One of the key advantages of structural steel is its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio. This property makes it a preferred choice for constructing buildings, bridges, and other structures where the ability to support heavy loads with minimal material weight is crucial. The strength of structural steel allows for the creation of large and open spaces in buildings, contributing to innovative and aesthetically pleasing architectural designs.

Durability is another hallmark of structural steel. It exhibits high resistance to environmental factors, such as corrosion and extreme weather conditions, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. The durability of structural steel contributes to the longevity and low maintenance requirements of structures built with this material.



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