The role of MANA Barmill Hamilton in the MOMA

There are buildings that are part of the character of the city and there are even some that become iconic pieces that distinguish the places where they are located.
It is easy enough to evoke thought the image of some buildings that stand out above others because of their architectural beauty or their rarity and authenticity in terms of their design. Such is the case of the building of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) located in New York.

This building does not go unnoticed due to its geometric architecture so imposing. Its large size makes it stand out from the others and has earned it the status of Manhattan’s iconic building.

The company Max Aicher North America (MANA) Barmill was involved in its construction, who was in charge of providing all the necessary steel and columns for the building to be erected.

MANA Barmill Hamilton has managed to position itself as a leading company in the world of construction, persevering in maintaining its title as a synonym of excellence in steel materials and innovative techniques for efficient and efficient construction.

Max Aicher North America (MANA) Barmill contributed to the building of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) a high strength reinforcement system that ensures optimal support of the weight of the entire structure as well as stability.

It is an infrastructure that is composed largely of high strength concrete whose nodes are reinforced with these systems, this translates into a force capable of supporting the total weight without any problem.

To understand a little better what has been said before, it is necessary to clarify that the nodes are treated, they are not more than the joints of common structures. To reinforce these nodes, it was necessary to implement various techniques and materials to guarantee their safety. It was decided to use nodes made of the highest quality steel offered by MANA Barmill, to which load reinforcement plates were added, threaded rods were used to give more strength to the structure and all this always respecting the architectural design of the building.