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Steel takes to the stage

Steel takes to the stage

A steel-framed commercial building forms one of the main elements of £750M mixed-use development in Shoreditch that also includes the..

July 9, 2019
Award: V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter, London

Award: V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter, London

The most significant work undertaken at the V&A museum for over 100 years, this development’s centrepiece provides a large..

October 11, 2018
Commendation: Brooklands Museum Aircraft Factory and Racetrack Revival

Commendation: Brooklands Museum Aircraft Factory and Racetrack Revival

Rather than constructing a new steel structure, this project was all about renovating and relocating an existing historic Grade II listed..

October 11, 2018
V&A underground extension opens to the public

V&A underground extension opens to the public

Designed by Amanda Levete Architects, the Victoria & Albert Museum’s new underground extension has been officially opened. Known as..

September 7, 2017
Award – First World War Galleries, Imperial War Museum, London

Award – First World War Galleries, Imperial War Museum, London

To mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War – a transformed Imperial War Museum re-opened with stunning new steel-framed..

July 13, 2015
Raising a maritime treasure

Raising a maritime treasure

Rejoining the London skyline, the fully restored Cutty Sark has been opened to the public once again. Resting in a steel cradle, the vessel..

June 1, 2012
Transport museum inspires art exhibition

Transport museum inspires art exhibition

Glasgow’s steel-framed Riverside Transport Museum is the focus of prize-winning artist Patricia Cain’s ‘construction art’..

April 1, 2012
British Museum expands with steel

British Museum expands with steel

Steelwork erection will begin this summer for a new World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre at the British Museum in London. Rowecord..

March 1, 2012
Steel supports major Clydeside success

Steel supports major Clydeside success

The latest in our occasional series of visits to completed projects takes Nick Barrett to Glasgow, where the Riverside Museum of transport..

January 1, 2012
20 Years Ago: Building by technology – The National Gallery – Sainsbury Wing

20 Years Ago: Building by technology – The National Gallery – Sainsbury Wing

Taken from STEEL CONSTRUCTION, October 1991 In March 1988 the Prince and Princess of Wales laid the foundation stone for the Sainsbury wing..

October 1, 2011