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SCI starts product certification

Following a four-month market research programme on product certification in the cold rolled steel sector, the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has developed …

Complex roof tops school

Steel construction has taken a leading role in the design and building of a new school in Antrim, Northern Ireland. A £20M new school project, funded through …

A lesson in steel efficiency

A revised, streamlined and value engineered design has helped a new steel-framed school take shape rapidly in Fife. A new secondary school is being delivered …

Renovated Manchester station reopens

Manchester Victoria railway station, once labelled Britain’s worst, has formally reopened following a £44M facelift. As well as maintaining Manchester …

Tata Steel future proofs its roofing system

Tata Steel has announced that the Confidex Guarantee for Colorcoat HPS200 Ultra, the company’s roof and wall cladding pre-finished steel product, has now …

Motorway serviced with RoofDek

A new motorway service station on the M5 Southbound in Gloucestershire is being built, after the successful completion of the Northbound service station …

Colorcoat Urban aids this year’s best eco home

Cedar House in Somerset, the winner of Build It Awards ‘Best Eco Home’ 2014 used Tata Steel’s Colorcoat Urban® as its roofing system. According to the …

Colorcoat Urban aids this year’s best eco home

Cedar House in Somerset, the winner of Build It Awards ‘Best Eco Home’ 2014 used Tata Steel’s Colorcoat Urban as its roofing system According to the …

Station redevelopment on track with steel

London Bridge station is being completely rebuilt in a rolling programme that allows it to remain open for business at all times. Martin Cooper reports on …

Curving Manchester’s iconic station roof begins

Steel sections profiled by Barnshaw Metal Bending’s structural branch are to be incorporated in 15 curved steel ribs on the new roof of the £44M …

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