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steel

an industrial metal.

steel mesh
see surgical mesh.
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The steel truss was built in 1921 as part of a longer span over a railroad bridge over the Kaskaskia River in downstate Vandalia.
Both bridges will be galvanized steel truss bridges.
The 12-foot-wide steel truss structure accommodates two-way snowmobile traffic and provides snow groomer access.
He said: "The steel truss is obviously structurally integral to our very modern building but also echoes some of the region's industrial heritage.
Priced and constructed the same as a standard beam, this 4-inch wide steel truss has thin ridges on each edge, like a flattened I-beam.
Lin International / Moffatt & Nichol (TYLI/M&N) Joint Venture made history on Tuesday, September 8, with the completion of construction on the East Tie-In (ETI) portion of the Yerba Buena Island (YBI) detour, a steel truss temporarily supported by 150-foot steel towers that serves as a transition section connecting the eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge to the YBI Tunnel.
The Rockland Road bridge over the Des Plaines River in Libertyville was closed Thursday morning because of significant deterioration of its decorative steel truss system.
Protective roof 118: 15 to steel truss, Galvanized, L = approx.
The technical advisory clarifies that State highway officials should include gusset plates when calculating the load capacity on the Nation's 13,000 steel truss bridges.
The eight-lane Interstate 35W overpass that caved into the Mississippi River, a steel truss structure, was also ranked structurally deficient on the National Bridge Inventory database.