The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 21 > Industry View Development in Light-Gauge Steel Construction
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Industry View Development in Light-Gauge Steel Construction

The largest and best known applications for cold-formed components are for purlins and cladding. A more recent success has been the floordeck and composite slab market where a considerable market share has been won by metal floordecks against the precast concrete slab suppliers.