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high steel

Steel containing a comparatively large amount of carbon (0.5 to 1%).
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According to MEMA, other companies are responding to the pressure of high steel tariffs by slowing production lines or considering the permanent relocation of manufacturing facilities to other countries.
The capital cost for the 30 MW plant, well field and power grid interconnection is estimated at US$73 million, reflecting current high steel and drilling costs.
The 45-foot high steel sheets will be driven 30 feet into the ground on the landward back slant of the beach s dune.
He is hoping to fit a four foot high steel cross to the bow of the boat which he plans to name The Little Bishop.
if currently high steel prices remain in place, the shares could reach $60 apiece within a year.
The scope of the contract includes the project management, supply, erection and commissioning of 30 Alstom ECO110 3 MW wind turbines1 equipped with a 110 m diameter rotor, a 90 meter high steel tower, and a SCADA remote control system.
Company (the construction general contractor) and High Steel
The latest work of art is a 20ft high steel and fibreglass model of a water-spouting bird, aimed at showing off the best of Irish sculpture.
As per the contract, Alstom will be responsible to erect and commission the 3MW machines featuring a 110m diameter rotor and a 90m high steel tower.
The Driscoll Construction Company is the General Contractor for the project, High Steel Structures, Inc.
High steel barricades, topped with razor wire and backed by concrete bollards, were placed across the bridge to prevent Orangemen trying to get through.
The contract covers the project management, supply, erection and commissioning of the turbines, which are set with a 110-metre diameter rotor, a 90-metre high steel tower, and a Scada 2 remote control system.