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Manhattan, New York County

Discover Manhattan

Manhattan, New York, has a detailed history that dates back centuries. Over the years, Manhattan has continually evolved, shaped by immigration, innovation, and development. Today, Manhattan stands as one of the five boroughs and is known for things like the Empire State Building, Times Square, and Central Park. As a steel fabrication and distribution business in New York, Allied Steel plays a vital role in the ongoing transformation of Manhattan. We provide essential steel services and products to businesses throughout the city. Whether it’s supplying steel for skyscrapers, architectural landmarks, or transportation networks, we do it all. With our dedication to quality and innovation, we continue to support Manhattan’s ongoing development and prosperity into the future.

Our Contributions to Manhattan

Allied Steel proudly supplied fabricated hot-rolled A36 plate products for NYC’s One World Trade Center project in lower Manhattan. This extensive project also required custom fabrication of A992 wide flange beams, truss girders, and diamond plate. Similarly, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum project utilized a considerable amount of A500 HSS square tubing and C-Channels. 

Renovation and expansion projects for Madison Square Garden involved a range of structural steel products, including wide flange beams and C channels. Other notable projects include the NYC Public Health Laboratory, Fort Washington, and NYU.

Iconic Landmarks in Manhattan

There are many iconic landmarks in Manhattan that prominently feature steel. The Empire State Building, one of the most famous skyscrapers in the world, has a steel frame construction. Another renowned skyscraper in NYC is the Chrysler Building which is distinguishable by the steel spire design on its roof. The One World Trade Center, also known as the Freedom Tower, was built after 9/11 occurred. It is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and is supported by steel framework.

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