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Water treatment taps into steel

Water treatment taps into steel

Steel construction’s long span qualities have been utilised on the largest building at the UK’s newest water treatment facility...

November 14, 2019
Education in the frame

Education in the frame

Steelwork’s speed of construction and flexibility have both come to the fore on an education project in Cumbria. Two schools in..

February 8, 2018
Council in the frame

Council in the frame

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for Cumbria County Council’s new offices in Carlisle. As part of an ongoing cost-saving exercise,..

March 10, 2017
Steel on patrol near Sellafield

Steel on patrol near Sellafield

Work is progressing on schedule for a bespoke steel-framed training complex for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) near Sellafield...

March 9, 2017
Carlisle council offices complete with steel

Carlisle council offices complete with steel

Cumbria County Council has moved into new £10M custom-built steel-framed offices in Carlisle city centre. Working on behalf of Eric Wright..

February 9, 2017
Steel extension for film manufacturer

Steel extension for film manufacturer

One of Cumbria’s leading employers is expanding its manufacturing facility with a new steel extension that has been constructed without..

November 4, 2014
Shedding waste

Shedding waste

A large steel braced structure housing three long span halls will accommodate a new recycling facility to process a large proportion of..

June 1, 2012
Restoring a vital rail link

Restoring a vital rail link

The historic Arnside Viaduct has reopened to regular rail services after having its entire 476m-long deck replaced with new steel spans...

October 1, 2011
Multi-span viaduct wins ICE award

Multi-span viaduct wins ICE award

The Leven viaduct in south Cumbria has won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) 2007 North West Merit Award for Engineering Excellence...

April 1, 2007