Structural Steel | Tensile Structure Materials

Structural steel is the type of steel that is used for construction resources or materials. They can come in a variety of shapes, sizes, strengths, and chemical compositions. Structural steel is commonly used in construction because of its versatility and ability to be welded to fit virtually any purpose in the construction of a building as well as structures.

To ensure the quality and safety of the steel, the integrity, chemical compositions, and mechanical properties are all regulated by a variety of organizations. Enclose Tensile Structures has an 80,000-square-foot steel fabrication warehouse where it fabricates its own structural steel. Our steel is certified by the International Accreditation Services board (IAS) as meeting or exceeding the highest standards in the steel fabrication industry.

At Enclos Tensile Structures, we mainly use cold-formed seamless carbon steel and uphold the highest quality standards for our steel fabrication process.

AIA continuing education unit course anatomy of a tension structure

Architects, Learn About Fabric Structures & Earn An AIA CEU Credit

Take our Anatomy of a Tension Structure AIA-approved Continuing Education course which will earn you 1.00 HW LU upon successful completion of a short quiz at the end. This presentation will inform you on the design, forms and uses, available materials, components and details, and the design/build process for tensile membrane/tension fabric structures.

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