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President’s Column: June 2019

I often use this column as a soapbox for issues facing the structural steelwork sector – who wouldn’t? But this month’s column is all about celebration. …

President’s Column: May 2019

This magazine provides engineers, architects, main contractors and clients with an enormous amount of information, technical guidance, news and case studies …

President’s Column: September 2018

While BCSA steelwork contractors are required to have a fabrication facility in the UK or Ireland that meets stringent quality standards and undergo a …

Barrett Steel raising the bar

Barrett Steel’s investment-led growth is consolidating the steel stockholder’s position at the fore of supplying the thriving steel construction market. …

A world-class steel fabrication service

Responding positively to rapid technological advances and rising customer expectations ensured that Steel for Life Headline sponsor Jamestown thrived despite …

Fasteners and Bolts

Structural bolts are one of the key elements of a steel frame and their manufacturers and suppliers form an important part of the steel construction supply …

Light Steel Information Sheets available from SCI

Three new technical information sheets are available on www.Steelbiz.org. Produced with the Light Steel Forum, they will be distributed to SCI Members in the …

BIM Level 2 certification for steelwork contractor

William Hare Group has announced that it is one of the first steelwork contractors to be certified to BIM Level 2, with Ocean Certification, ahead of the UK …

Rebuild for Merseyside hospital

Structural steelwork is playing a crucial role in the redevelopment of one of the largest hospitals in the north of England. Currently under construction, the …

The case for steel – Facts

The case for using steel as a construction material in the UK is overwhelmingly strong. Steel dominates the market as a building framing solution and for …

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