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May’s cover story is a hospitality suite at Thruxton racetrack in Hampshire, which features a curved structure topped with a barrel-vaulted roof.
The West Sussex seaside town of Littlehampton will receive a sporting boost when its new steel-framed leisure centre opens in 2019.
Flexibility of design was a key reason for choosing a steel framing solution for a new church in the Northern Ireland town of Ballymena.
The latest building project at the London School of Economics ongoing redevelopment is the Central Building, which features an aesthetically-pleasing exposed steel frame.
Also in this issue, NSC features the second in a series of articles celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Structural Steel Design Awards, a sector focus on computer software, a Jamestown Steel for Life headline sponsor article, as well as the usual industry news, technical article and advisory desk from the Steel Construction Institute, and codes and standards updates.