Steel Building at University of Toronto Proves Modular Has Graduated

Steel building designSteel building is quickly becoming a preferred form of prefabricated construction, especially by Architects and Engineers that consider their services cutting edge and sustainable. This article from September 2018 highlights some of the design and engineering advantages of using a steel building or “modular” building system at the University of Toronto for a structure that will house the school’s Police Services, Hospitality and Retail operations.

Steel building has come a long way in the past twenty years and what’s happening at the University of Toronto is proof of concept from floor to ceiling.

Read: U of T steel prefab building anything but ‘plain Jane’

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