Construction is increasingly “going green,” and building owners, architects, engineers, and contractors are looking for ways to construct buildings with low environmental impact. Many are turning to the most recycled material on the planet — steel. Learn more about the sustainability of cold-formed steel and its advantages for construction in this infographic.
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