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A range of ASB sections is available in each of two serial sizes of 280 and 300 mm depth. Within this range, there are five ASBs with relatively thin webs and five ASB(FE) (fire engineered) sections with relatively thick webs (equal to or thicker than the flanges). The ASB(FE) sections provide a fire resistance of 60 minutes without additional protection in this form of construction for normal office loading. 9. Edge beams can be in the form of RHS Slimflor beams, which comprise a rectangular rolled hollow section (RHS) with a flange plate welded underneath, ASBs or downstand beams.
Use of this document is subject to the terms and conditions of the Steelbiz Licence Agreement • Economy and quality arising from use of off‑site manufacture 52 • Maximum flexibility to accommodate architectural solutions • Fast construction programme • Long-span floors, offering optimum use of the space • Slender columns, giving the impression of openness • Economy in meeting fire resistance requirements Top view of the construction site (May 2006) EURO-BUILD in Steel The Alhóndiga, a famous civic wine store in Bilbao, was designed by architect Ricardo Bastida, and the brick and reinforced concrete building was completed in 1909.
A slim, curved form was desired, like a vase or a sculpture. An exterior cladding material is zinc, where the dark colour forms an outer framing for the transparent building. The building is given a sharp silhouette as a contrast to the flat surrounding countryside. In the higher part, the vertical structure is exposed with columns indented into the room. In the lower part, the steel structure is fully exposed and thus the exterior of the building reflects the interior. EP35 Best Practice in Steel Construction - Commercial Buildings Created on 30 March 2011 This material is copyright - all rights reserved.