27,500 tons of reinforcing steel for the Milaneo ­shopping center

At a sales area of 43,000 square meters, 200 shops on three levels and many additional eating places and other service providers, a shopping center was created at the cost of 550 million euros. The ­Milaneo is the heart of the newly erected Euro­pean quarter in the German city of Stuttgart, erected on the site of the former freight station, which reportedly offers apartments and workplaces for several thousand people, in addition to innumerable shopping opportunities.

In order to implement the complex architecture of the mammoth project sustainably and to meet everyone’s needs, the lead...

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