There is an increased outsourcing of steel detailers from other countries as there seems to be an under-supply of skilled people within the industry to do it. It might be looked at as an undersupply but really it is caused by the increase in demand for steel structures, more so those which are provided by General Steel. Steel as a primary component of buildings and structures is cost-efficient, flexible, and durable. That is why even residential structures use more of steel. What with many natural disasters occurring more frequently than usual, we all need a durable, reliable structure over our heads. That is why General Steel has had an increase in popularity, as well. Hence, the need for more steel detailers has increased. Steel detailers provide a very important task for steel fabricators. Steel detailers prepare documents, which includes drawings and plans of steel components which will be used by steel fabricators in manufacturing those components. Steel components include: beams, columns, handrails, stairs, braces, and metal deckings. Aside from steel fabricators, steel detailers also work directly with contractors, engineers and architects of the project that they are assigned to. Steel detailers use CAD software and 3D rendering software, such as Tekla and Bentley ProSteel. As there are no courses meant for steel detailing, most steel detailers are architecture and engineering graduates. So, if you are constructing a steel structure, take note that it might be necessary for you to know who your steel detailer is, as the schedule of your construction will rest on how fast and accurate your steel detailer is. Additionally, steel fabrication with incorrect measurements can be costly in terms of time and resources.