Construction of metal structures

Milenium3 offers all kind of construction services of metal structures, ceilings, warehouses and industrial plants in Costa Rica

We work from design to delivery of the finished construction project of metal structures, under the turnkey concept. We reduce costs and work from the design to the delivery of the fully completed construction project of metal structures, energy systems and materials. We are specialists in Space and Design. High Quality in Construction Metal Structures. Materials for industrial use, with acoustic insulation.

In the design and construction under international standards of construction of metal structures it is essential:

  • High degree of engineering
  • Quality control in each process
  • Shorter delivery time, compared to traditional construction
  • Weather-resistant materials under moisture and salinity conditions
  • Design for critical wind and earthquake conditions.

We also take care of constructions. Electromechanical Construction Company. Metal Structures Construction Remodeling, Maintenance of metal structures construction and welding of metal structures.

When building skyscrapers with very lightweight modern materials, they can vary (but not be dangerous) under certain wind conditions. A solution to this problem is to add to one of the higher floors a large mass, retained in some form (hanging, sliding on steel spheres, etc.) but with a limited freedom of movement, sliding on a system such as an air cushion or a film of hydraulic fluid. The hydraulic piston, driven by pumps and electric accumulators, moves actively to contrast the forces of wind and natural resonances. If designed properly, they can be effective in controlling excessive motion – with or without the application of external power – during an earthquake. In general, modern steel frames high buildings, so that they will not be subject to hazardous movements in average height (eight to ten floors), since the resonance of a high-rise building is the greatest, respect to shock waves from earthquakes, which have a frequency of about one wavelength per second (1 Hz). The most common form of anti-seismic retrofit for low rise buildings is to add strength to the existing structure to resist seismic forces. Strengthening may be limited to the connections among structural elements of the existing building or may involve the addition of primary resistant elements, such as walls, arches or lintels, especially on the lower floors.