The project confirms ArcelorMittal’s commitment to maintaining its presence in Luxembourg, while also taking the opportunity to ensure its employees enjoy a state-of-the-art working environment, and demonstrating the environmental advantages of using steel in construction.
The size and ambition of this architectural project mean the headquarters building is set to become a significant landmark in Luxembourg. Steel will be used for both the building’s internal structure and external façades.
The design competition, commissioned by ArcelorMittal, is being organised by the Kirchberg Plateau Urbanisation and Development Fund (Fonds Kirchberg).
The 7,273 m2 site selected for the operation is situated along Kirchberg’s Avenue J.F. Kennedy, adjacent to Rue Galileo Galilei and Rue du Fort Thüngen.
ArcelorMittal is currently headquartered in Luxembourg City, where almost 1,000 employees of the world’s leading steel and mining company are based.