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Fringe development

Located on the edge of the City of London, a 21-storey commercial building represents Phase 2 of a prestigious Aldgate redevelopment scheme. Nestled just …

Stability and second order effects on steel structures – Part 2: design according to Eurocode 3

Ricardo Pimentel of the SCI illustrates the different methods provided by EN 1993-1-1 to address the topics of member stability, global frame stability and …

Buckling resistance of uniform members in bending

Richard Henderson of the Steel Construction Institute discusses the phenomenon of lateral-torsional buckling. In order to retain the accurate formatting of the …

ArcelorMittal zeroes in on waste

Sustainability tops the agenda at ArcelorMittal as the company acts to help create a more sustainable future for the steel industry and the environment. …

Steel connections get CE Marking

Lindapter has gained CE Mark approvals for its latest range of steel connection systems, which it said further demonstrates its commitment to high quality …

General hospital expansion aided by steel fabrication software

Steelwork design and fabrication for the £4.5M expansion and renovation of Kettering General Hospital is said to have been significantly speeded up with the …

Eurocodes review launched

In response to the recent EU Referendum, BSI has been quick to confirm that it is business as usual in terms of the UK’s continued participation in the …

AD 398: Net area for staggered holes in accordance with Eurocode 3

Determining the net area of a cross section with staggered holes is dealt with in EN 1993-1-1:2005 (+A1:2014) clause 6.2.2.1(4). For those new to this …

Eurocode revision

British Standards Institution (BSI) has published a revised Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures as well as a revised National Annex. BS EN 1090-2 Execution …

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