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Weathering steel checks in for airport bridge

The innate beauty of weathering steel meant it was the material of choice for a new pedestrian and cycle link to Airport City Manchester. A significant …

Commendation: Approach Viaduct South, Queensferry Crossing

Opened in August 2017, Transport Scotland’s Queensferry Crossing is both the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed …

President’s Column: March 2018

I’m hearing a lot in the press about new methods of construction, with terms like ‘offsite construction’ and ‘design for manufacture’ coming up more …

Anyone for tennis?

A retractable roof, which will allow uninterrupted play irrespective of the weather, is being installed over Wimbledon’s No.1 Court. Martin Cooper reports …

News in Brief: January 2018

British Steel’s Scunthorpe site has been named on a long list of potential locations for logistics hubs to help Heathrow Airport deliver its expansion plan. …

Design first for commercial scheme

Standout architectural features have driven the steel design for an anchor commercial block at Manchester’s First Street development. Martin Cooper reports. …

A lesson in offsite fabrication

The construction of a North Wales school has reaped the benefits of using offsite fabrication as weeks have been shaved off of the construction programme. …

Expanding sector gets steel boost

A large mixed-use scheme known as Central Square is the latest project to highlight the strengthening Leeds property market. A stone’s throw from Leeds …

Kent airport ready for take-off

As part of a much wider development plan, a new steel-framed hangar has been completed at London Ashford Airport. During the past decade London Ashford Airport …

Deptford Bridge about to swing into action

Spanning Deptford Creek close to its confluence with the River Thames in south London, a new cable-stayed swing bridge will provide unbroken pedestrian access …

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