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This month’s cover story is 103 Colmore Row, which on completion, will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. One of the structure’s main features is a series of mega columns that form a four-storey winter garden.
Part of a large regeneration scheme, taking place on a former brewery site, Sunderland is constructing a new City Hall. Steelwork has proven to be the ideal solution to form the two blocks and the large atrium that connects them together.
A new leisure centre is under construction in the Buckinghamshire town of Amersham. Known as the Chiltern Lifestyle Centre, it features a number of interlinked column-free spaces, that are efficiently created with steelwork.
A new 127m-long weathering steel pedestrian and cycle bridge, which has been described as a striking addition to the landscape, provides access to the mixed-use development known as Airport City Manchester
Structural steelwork has played an important role in the construction of Northern Railway’s new maintenance depot in Manchester. A portal-framed structure will house 300 staff who will be responsible for the routine servicing, maintenance, upkeep and repair of trains.