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September’s cover story highlights the highly architectural steel crown that tops one of London’s tallest residential towers. Positioned at height of 154m, the crown supports the 47-storey high building’s balconies via a series of attached Macalloy bars.
Preston’s Victorian covered market hall is being renovated as part of a wider city centre regeneration scheme. The market hall project has married new steel-framed stalls within a restored wrought iron structure.
Steel construction was the only practical solution for the construction of a retirement village in Evesham, a building that requires numerous room configurations to be accommodated over seven floors.
NSC also reports on a new leisure centre in the Northern Ireland town of Newtownards, a project that highlights the local authority’s commitment to health and wellbeing.