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Up the junction

FACT FILEA19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Tyne and WearMain client: Highways EnglandMain contractor: CostainStructural engineer: JacobsSteelwork …

Flexibility spans the frame

FACT FILESandwell Aquatics CentreMain client: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough CouncilArchitect: Roberts Limbrick ArchitectsMain contractor: Wates …

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 …

Trusses span major road to support new office block

A series of 16 large trusses have been installed across the A38 Queensway dual carriageway tunnel to support the construction of a new 14-storey steel-framed …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Flexible spaces created with steel

Sport, leisure and community facilities in the Buckinghamshire town of Amersham are set to get a significant boost when the steel-framed Chiltern Lifestyle …

Continual supply

Barrett Steel has been affected, along with many other businesses across the UK by the pandemic lockdown, but it has remained operational throughout, focussing …

East Lancashire Railway bridge installed

Steelwork contractor Taziker Industrial has completed a project for Rochdale Borough Council to design, build and install a new footbridge over the East …

Continual customer support

Being a family business, Peddinghaus says it has taken onboard a kinship culture to engender an extremely close relationship with its worldwide network of …

Scottish steelwork contractor wins prestigious Ghana project

BHC has been named as the structural steelwork contractor by UK-based Contracta Construction, in association with UK Export Finance (UKEF), to work on the …

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