Infrastructure Industry

large-scale construction in a city

We use infrastructure every day. From the roads we drive on to the railways and electrical grid, infrastructure is what supports our modern world. But when it comes to supporting the infrastructure, only steel can perform at the level it does.


Not only requiring the strength needed to hold up against the constant use and demand but also the durability to last decades and not need frequent maintenance or replacing. Steel allows a huge variety of infrastructural applications to function and endure, no matter the environment, conditions, or amount of usage. Even better, steel’s recyclability reduces the carbon footprint of its use across the globe.

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Steel is 100% recyclable while still maintaining its strength and properties that have made it so popular as the material of choice for infrastructure.

Premium Quality

Our steel is high-quality and available in different specifications for reliable strength and characteristics that offer dependable and long-lasting roads, railways, buildings, and much more.

Ready-to-Ship Inventory

Our supply of steel products is also ready to ship the following day and allows you to get work started even faster.

Massive Stock

Our huge inventory means you get everything you need for projects that span vast distances and extensive amounts of resources.


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Steel Applications in the Infrastructure Industry


railway tracks and trains

Not only are the tracks for railways made from steel, but often the freight trains that travel on them and the tunnels they go through as well. Steel is used for rail tracks because of its high durability, resistance to compression and rolling contact fatigue, good weldability, and much more. This makes it versatile enough to adjust alloys, heat treatments, and other factors to get the perfect product for the job, whether it’s for the tracks or the train itself.

Steel Bridges

suspension bridge being constructed

As bridges become more common in our everyday lives, steel increases the size as well as the efficiency of the bridges we build. It allows larger spans to be built that last longer but for a fraction of the cost compared to other materials such as wood. With more reliability in dangerous conditions like hurricanes and earthquakes, steel bridges provide safe and easy travel to connect our world.


port with large container ship

Marine ports are constantly expanding and evolving to accommodate the rise in international trade. To make these expansions and have reliable facilities, ports rely on steel products such as piling to meet their needs and withstand harsh conditions and resist corrosion from saltwater. Whether temporary barriers such as cofferdams or permanent installments including seawalls and docks, steel stands the test of time and provides ports with reliable strength.


airport terminal and tarmac

As with other areas of infrastructure, airports experience near-constant use, not only of their terminals but also of their parking facilities, baggage handling operations, the airfield itself, and much more. While concrete is a popular choice for what most people see in parking garages and airstrips, structural steel creates the frame for airports to be built around. Air control towers, deplaning stairways, vehicles, lifts, jet bridges, baggage conveyors, hangars, and much more all rely on steel to resist corrosion and degradation while getting you where you need to go.


Structural Shapes

Channels and beams


Rounds, squares, flats, rebar, and more

Coils, Plates, & Grating

Coils, mill plates, floor plates, bar grating, and more

Structural Tubing

Round piling, pipes, rectangles, and squares

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