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Dougie
Is steel more economical than concrete when building structures? View All


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Dupree
I'm not sure there is a "right" answer here. Other factors will play into which is more economical. Prices fluctuate based on market activity, availability of materials, etc. There are also longer-term things to think about like maintenance, and even things like delivery charges tothe site. Having said that, both concrete and steel are quite economical when building structures.

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