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European Constructor in USA

European Constructor in USA

European Constructor in USA

(OP)
Hi at all.
I have a question for you.
Can a european prefabricator (european certificated UNI ISO) assemble a steel structure in Italy for USA territory?
The american customer requests that the manufacturer must be AISC steel costructor.
There is a link among AISC and ISO-UNI certificated?
How can I fix the problem?

Best regards & Thanks in advance

Ing. Sebastiano Floridia
Corso Umberto I n° 39
96100 Siracusa - Italy
sebastiano@progettoarchimede.it

www.sebastianofloridia.it

www.progettoarchimede.it


RE: European Constructor in USA

Is it possible to CE mark lifting-frame structures designed by AISC code?

Lufs Grßcio
Mechanical Engineer (Engineering Solutions)
Portugal-Set·bal

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