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20 Years Ago: Liverpool Street Station

A Structural Steel Design Awards winner taken from the December 1991 issue of Steel Construction Liverpool Street Station is being modernised within the massive Broadgate Development in the City of London. The transformation of one of London’s most famous terminals will include a new concourse area, new LRT interchange and ticket hall and 3,700m² of […]

Liverpool Lime Street development begins

The first sections of steelwork have started to be erected at the site of the new £39M mixed-use development at Liverpool’s Lime Street regeneration area. Main contractor ISG is working alongside Ion Development to transform this strategic site, opposite Lime Street Station, with a scheme that includes retail, leisure, student accommodation and a new Premier […]

Liverpool Lime Street development begins

The first sections of steelwork have started to be erected at the site of the new £39M mixed-use development at Liverpool’s Lime Street regeneration area. Main contractor ISG is working alongside Ion Development to transform this strategic site, opposite Lime Street Station, with a scheme that includes retail, leisure, student accommodation and a new Premier […]

Liverpool’s business district to be expanded

A report to Liverpool City Council’s Cabinet on Friday (25 May) will recommend a Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) be drafted that would seek to develop Liverpool’s business district and potentially connect it to the development of Princes Dock in the £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme. The district, which covers 40 acres at the northern fringe of […]

Knowledge Quarter kicks off in Liverpool

Structural steelwork is nearing completion on one of the first phases of Liverpool’s ambitious Knowledge Quarter development. The £39M scheme, being delivered by ISG for Ion Developments, is set to transform a site opposite Lime Street Station, with new retail, leisure, student accommodation and a new Premier Inn hotel. Steelwork contractor, Billington Structures, is nearing completion […]

Flagship building announced for Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter

A major extension to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter could see investments totalling almost £1bn according to the city’s Mayor Joe Anderson. A 30-storey high office scheme on the former Archbishop Blanch school site will form an integral element of the proposed Knowledge Quarter development. The area is part of Joe Anderson’s “Mayoral Development Zones” and work […]

Trusses provide towering support

The centrepiece of a central London mixed-use development is two residential towers supported on a series of 15 steel trusses. A prestigious mixed-use scheme is set to invigorate a central London district with its blend of 246 residential apartments, 15,500m² of Grade A office space, and a boutique hotel and restaurant. Known as One Crown […]

January issue of New Steel Construction out now

The January issue of New Steel Construction (NSC) is now available in both digital and print formats. Anyone who does not receive the print magazine and would like a free subscription (UK and Ireland only) should visit: www.steelconstruction.info while readers who prefer the digital offering of NSC, this is available at: www.newsteelconstruction.com The first issue […]

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra floors to the overall new structure. Martin Cooper reports. Construction projects in the City of London invariably have to contend with a host of challenges, notably the congested nature of […]

SSDA 2018: Introduction and Judges

Introduction By Christopher Nash RIBA – Chairman of the Judging panel. This year, as new chairman of the panel, I am very pleased to see a judging team rejuvenated by the introduction of Julia Ratcliffe and Sarah Pellereau from engineering design consultancies and of Paul Hulme from the steel fabrication industry. The panel is sharpened […]