ArcelorMittal Dofasco No. 6 Galvanizing Line APC Tower
Hamilton, ON

The APC tower for AMD’s No. 6 galvanizing line stands 235 feet tall and was built in the middle of an existing mill building. The tower is a cooling tower that is integrated with the building envelope.   It is a very unique structure which required us to design to very exacting tolerance and building stiffness.

Client
ArcelorMittal Dofasco
Structural engineer
JNE Consulting Ltd.
Facts & Figures
  • Completed in December 2013
  • Tower reaches 235 feet
  • Built in the middle of an existing mill building
Our Role

Walters Inc. fabricated and erected 1,100 tons of structural steel including the building envelope.

Overcoming Challenges

It was challenging to demolish a portion of an existing mill building roof and erect the 235 ft tower within very little tower perimeter laydown area.  The project also needed to be delivered in a tight 24 week timeframe.

Location
425 Parkdale Avenue North, Hamilton, ON L8H 5Y4, Canada
Project Inquiry
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