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Getting the purlin specification right

Available in three section types, Z, C and M, light gauge steel purlins, rails and mezzanine sections are an ubiquitous component in a wide variety of …

Interactive 3D models will aid Metframe installation and design

Light steel framing manufacturer voestalpine Metsec has created a new facility on its website which it said will allow the design, construction and …

Improved parking

Two steel-framed car parks in Sussex are forming integral elements of large developments that will reshape a town centre and a university campus. The West …

Project of the Year: Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre

This BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rated facility comprises 165,000m² of production space, offices, social support areas and a community educational centre, making …

Design and manufacturing with computer software

In this article NSC examines how computer software supports the full steelwork design and manufacturing process, the benefits it delivers to the steel …

Light gauge accommodation solution

Offering 180 students accommodation, a new campus building for the University of Leeds has been completed on time with the aid of Kingspan Steel Building …

From BIM to mixed reality technology

The construction industry is taking BIM to a new level with mixed reality technology, says Steve Jackson of Trimble Solutions (UK) Ltd, who explains the …

Award: LSQ London

Steel-framed retail and office accommodation have been created within what is said to be Europe’s largest retained façade. Formerly known as Communications …

Commendation: The Curve, Slough

A new multi-purpose community venue forms a central element of the larger heart of Slough regeneration project. The three-level Curve building is 89.7m long, …

Complex frame accommodated by steel

A steel-framed solution was the answer for a retirement village containing numerous room configurations, spread over seven different floor levels. Martin …

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