Eurocode standard

The Eurocodes are a set of 58 European standards, applied on a voluntary basis, that provide a set of calculation methods for checking the strength and stability of the various components that make up buildings and civil engineering works, whatever the types of works or materials (concrete, metal structures, mixed steel/concrete structures, masonry, wood, aluminium and calculation rules for geotechnical structures and earthquake resistance).

The Eurocodes are European rules for the design and calculation of works, replacing national standards and allowing construction companies and consulting firms to access markets in other member countries.’ (Source AFNOR).

All of our stands and structures meet these Eurocodes standards, while adapting to local geographical constraints (flood prevention, seismic events, wind, snow etc.).