In the UK, the construction of new homes has largely been done in wood and stone, which have traditionally had better structural qualities than steel and concrete.

These materials are also cheaper, lighter and more environmentally friendly.

But in Germany, the future of metal construction is also in your hands, thanks to a new industry called structural metal.

Structural metal, or MTM, is a process in which aluminium is added to the concrete and steel to make the structure.

These structural mixtures are then poured into concrete moulds and poured into houses and offices to create new homes.

These are all done by MTM companies, with the most recent being built by the German company KAKE (Kühl-A-Kuehl) in Cologne.

The process is also being applied in other parts of Europe, like Denmark, where they are also building a residential tower in Oslo.

MTM is already being used in a number of cities in the world, including Melbourne, Sydney, New York and the UK.

It’s not just the architects who are making use of this new material.

In fact, in some cases, MTM can also be used in construction of homes for which concrete was not available.

In the US, the process is even being used to build a new highway in Colorado that was built using MTM instead of concrete.

But structural metal is just the beginning.

The Future is Bright As the UK has recently become the world’s leading MTM exporter, the trend is being seen elsewhere.

Australia’s government has announced plans to increase its use of MTM in the construction industry by at least 60 per cent.

A report released in October by the UK government also highlighted the need to use MTM materials to ensure the building industry is as sustainable as possible.

“Structural metal is a technology that will play an increasingly important role in building a more sustainable and affordable future,” said David Parker, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport.

“This includes more environmentally-friendly construction methods, as well as reducing energy use, building efficiency and emissions.”

The Government has also said that it is looking at using structural metal as a substitute for concrete in some of the UK’s future highways.

“Our roads are built using concrete, so this is not a new technology,” said Minister Parker.

“But we want to see that the technology is being applied on the roads of the future to reduce emissions.”

It’s hard to predict what impact structural metal will have on building materials and buildings in the future, but MTM could be a game-changer for the construction sector.

If it’s not used as a replacement for concrete, structural metal could potentially be the next big trend in the building of new buildings.