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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 …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

Commercial scheme reinvented

Steel construction has come to the fore as a concrete-framed central London commercial block gets redeveloped with additional floor space. A growing trend in …

Head office for Hearts of Oak Benefit Society

The Hearts of Oak Benefit Society, which operates within the framework of the Friendly Societies Act, has grown from humble beginnings in 1842 to become one of …

Recognition for steel projects at RICS awards

Major completed projects throughout the UK, which utilised a steel-framed solution, were winners at the regional RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered …

News in Brief: June 2019

Siemens Mobility has formally submitted an outline planning application to develop a rail manufacturing plant in Goole, East Yorkshire. The submission is said …

Steel supporting air quality drive

Imagine having the opportunity to make a simple design decision that would give a building carbon savings equivalent to a gas and electricity emission free …

Commendation: Four Pancras Square, London

Featuring a weathering steel exoskeleton, Four Pancras Square is the last of six new commercial buildings within King’s Cross Development Zone B. Situated on …

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