Structural steelwork is generally used to form a the ‘skeleton’ frame of a building or other built asset, typically consisting of columns and beams which are riveted, bolted or welded together. There are a number of different forms of structural steelwork. Some of the more common forms.

Structural steel fabrication is the process of bending, cutting, and shaping steel to make a product. Steel fabrication is not any type of welding in which steel is strengthened or repaired. Several pieces of steel are combined together to form different structures of predefined sizes and shapes.

The erection of structural steelwork consists of the assembly of steel components into a frame on site. The processes involve lifting and placing components into position, then connecting them together. Generally this is achieved through bolting but sometimes site welding is used.

Price Range : Depends on the Height, Width and Specification the rates will change.