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Architecture: stone versus concrete or steel Latest Sale Week 14062021

This week the Latest Sale Business Directory team uncovers Architecture: stone versus concrete or steel. Stone is found naturally in the earth’s crust and possesses greater core strength properties when compared with steel or concrete. Selecting between steel or concrete in construction often depends on factors including geographical location, the structural strength required, project timeline, budget, and building frame types.

Concrete and steel structures vary in their responses to seismic forces due to differences in weight and rigidity. Steel structures offer greater tensile, compressive and shear resistance compared to concrete and may be used in high rise buildings and skyscrapers for structural framing. Conversely, concrete structures provide better resistance to heat and fire, while steel is less likely to buckle under pressure and corrosion. Project execution time is quicker for steel structures, with concrete structures somewhat limited by way of architectural creativity due to their bulkier nature. Ultimately, each material offers unique advantages and disadvantages that should be taken into account within the architectural planning process.