Hybrid Concrete Structures

Steel hybrid concrete structures are large-scale structures that are designed and constructed using a combination of steel and concrete. These structures take advantage of the unique properties of each material to create a final product that is strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing.


The use of steel in hybrid concrete structures provides high strength, durability, and fire resistance, while the use of concrete provides mass, stability, and stiffness. The combination of these materials results in a structure that is both strong and efficient.