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News in Brief: October 2017

October 11, 2017 by NSC in News
Updated versions of Tekla Structures, Tekla Structural Designer and Tekla Tedds are now all available for download via the company’s link: download.tekla.com

Kloeckner Metals UK, one of the largest mill independent multi-metal stockholder and distributors in the UK has launched a new online shop. The company said that the launch heralds the start of a new era, as it is implementing a wide range of digital solutions. The new online shop follows the launch of the order overview tool and contract platform, two digital solutions the company introduced at the beginning of this year.

Software provider Strumis said it has continued a strong start to 2017 with the latest release of BIMReview V8.3, which focuses on the standalone application functionality.

Severfield has announced that its own registered charitable incorporated organisation (the Foundation), set up during the Spring of 2016, has raised £55,000 in its first year. The amount will be split between partner charity Prostate Cancer UK and a selection of other charities local to Severfield sites.

Rushden Lakes retail and leisure destination in Northamptonshire has opened to the public. It is located at the gateway to the Nene Wetlands nature reserve; one square mile of wild and man-made habitats, managed for wildlife and people by The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. Working on behalf of main contractor Winvic Construction, Caunton Engineering fabricated, supplied and erected some 2,000t of steel for the project.

NSC would like to point out the tension rods connecting the balconies on the Highpoint project, featured in last month’s issue, were in fact supplied by Daver Steels, and not Macalloy as stated.

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