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Bridge adds to Cambridge walking and cycling trail

The Abbey Chesterton Bridge has been lifted into place, completing a significant milestone in the delivery of the Chisholm Trail walking and cycling route in …

Small wonder

Following on from the success of its first mini-Swiss Re (Gherkin) building, Caunton Engineering has fabricated a second similar structure to be located at the …

Complex crossing

The successful installation of a five-span bridge across the River Witham in Lincolnshire is testament to the capabilities of the project engineers and the …

Award: London Bridge Station

London Bridge Station has undergone a stunning transformation that has delivered a better connection between London’s home counties and an increase in …

Big beams installed on confined Dublin site

Working on behalf of main contractor MP Construction, steelwork contractor Fox Bros. Engineering has successfully installed two 11t transfer beams as part of …

Design and construction with light gauge steel

NSC highlights some of the advantages that can be had from using light steel framing solutions. Light steel framing is an offsite manufacturing process that …

Severfield bridge lift completed on Ordsall Chord

Weighing more than 600t, what is said to be the UK’s first asymmetric network arch bridge was successfully lifted into place last month by two of the largest …

High speed rail college set to arrive

In anticipation of the construction of high-speed rail infrastructure, a national college to train specialist engineers is being built. Martin Cooper reports …

Award: Thames Tower Redevelopment, Reading

A 1970s office block has been given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra steel-framed floors above level 11. The project’s original …

Commendation: Lagan Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge, Belfast

Around 16,000 people every week now use Belfast’s new footbridge that connects Donegall Quay with Queens Quay. Early site investigations, both physical and …

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