June 2018 | 170 words | Read in less than a minute
From the Howrah Bridge in 1943 to the Burj Khalifa in 2010, Tata Steel has helped raise iconic structures in India and abroad. These metal marvels have become proud symbols of city skylines around the world.
Take, for instance, the magnificent Shard, which is the tallest building in the European Union. When architect Renzo Piano designed The Shard, he envisioned ‘a vertical city’. A 309.7-metre-tall city that stands on flooring constructed with 1,000 tonnes of galvanised steel supplied by Tata Steel in Shotton, North Wales.
The historic Howrah bridge that graces the city of Kolkata that recently celebrated its 75th anniversary is made of mostly steel supplied by Tata Steel.
Click on the icons on the picture above to explore.