Hybrid System CF Steel Structures

Hybrid steel structures are large-scale structures that are designed and constructed using a combination of steel and other materials, such as concrete, wood, or glass. These structures are designed to take advantage of the unique properties of each material to create a final product that is strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing.


The use of hybrid steel structures allows designers and engineers to create structures that are optimized for specific applications. For example, a hybrid structure may use steel for its high strength and fire resistance, while using wood for its natural aesthetic and acoustic properties.