Erection & Installation
The steel-framed building derives most of its competitive advantage from the virtues of prefabricated components, which can be assembled speedily at site. Unlike concreting, which is usually a wet process conducted at site, steel is produced and subsequently fabricated within a controlled environment.
The erection of structural steelwork consists of the assembly of steel components into a frame on site. The components are then lifted and placed into position before they are connected together. Generally, connection is achieved through bolting but, in some cases, site welding is used.
This ensures high quality, manufacture offsite with improved precision and enhanced speed of construction at site. The efficiency of fabrication and erection in structural steelwork dictates the success of any project involving steel-intensive construction.
The assembled frame needs to be aligned to within tolerance expectations (usually defined in our Standards) before final bolting up is completed. The completed steel frame may then be handed over for further work on internal floors, external cladding and mechanical and electrical fitments.
Our highly skilled, AISC certified and safety-certified team of operating engineers and workers manage erection of Structural Steel or Pre-Engineered Building projects with the highest standards in the industry.
Proven track record is a force to reckon with when managing the logistical challenges of handling fast-track jobs, tight access and solving site limitation issues with unique erection plans. This is what stands Ratna Steeltech apart and truly makes any project Creation Simplified.The drawings clearly reveal the location and position of various assemblies of a specific structure and quite useful to personnel in the field.