Steel is a popular material choice for power plant structures due to its strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. The steel structure is used to support various components of the power plant, including the boiler, turbine, and generator. The steel structure of a power plant is designed to withstand extreme temperatures, pressures, and loads. It must be able to support the weight of heavy equipment and withstand the forces generated by the operation of the plant, typically a prefab steel structure building manufactured off-site and then transported to the construction site for assembly. This allows for faster construction times and reduces the amount of on-site welding and fabrication required. The steel structure is also designed to be easily disassembled and recycled at the end of the power plant's life cycle.