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Steelwork rises for Gloucester redevelopment

Working on behalf of main contractor Kier, Mifflin Construction is fabricating, supplying and erecting 400t of steelwork for the first phase of Gloucester’s …

Steel sets the stage

A lightweight framing solution, which could also efficiently provide long spans, meant structural steelwork was the ideal material for a new theatre in …

Steelwork tops out at Brixton theatre scheme

Project stakeholders have held a topping out ceremony at the Ovalhouse theatre scheme in Brixton, south London. Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford …

Added metal

A steel-framed solution has ticked all of the boxes for the Metalworks residential scheme in Slough. Second only to London as a UK location for global …

RIBA Award for Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

The RIBA West Midlands’ Building of the Year Award 2018 has been presented to the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the first purpose-built music college built …

Trusses span sporting haven

A series of storey-high trusses create the transfer deck between a leisure centre and a residential scheme in London. Replacing a number of old Victorian …

Leisure centre supports new residential scheme

North Westminster will soon have a new community sports centre offering an array of leisure facilities including two pools and an eight-court badminton hall. …

Steel in tune for acoustics

Steel-framed boxes within steel-framed boxes are the order of the day for a new music conservatoire under construction in Birmingham. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel completes on Birmingham Conservatoire

The main steel elements on the first music conservatoire to be built in the UK for 30 years have been completed. Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford …

Steel gets heads up for hub development

A supermarket and leisure centre will form part of a new gateway hub to the Buckinghamshire town of High Wycombe. NSC reports. Conveniently located adjacent to …

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