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Steel dominates frames market

Steel dominates frames market

The UK market for multi-storey and single storey structural frames remains dominated by steel solutions according to the latest independent..

February 9, 2017

March 2007 – Safety success

A main driver of the constructional steelwork sector’s aim to continuously improve its performance on all fronts has been the recognition..

March 1, 2007

News in Brief: February 2007

The BCSA has launched a new Safety in Steel Construction Health & Safety Service (SiSC). It offers the designated competent person a..

February 1, 2007
Supersheds – Cartoon

Supersheds – Cartoon

March 1, 2006
Market warms to sustainable sheds

Market warms to sustainable sheds

Sheds became the focus of attention of a wide range of property developers and funders at a two-day Sheds conference and exhibition. The..

March 1, 2006

March 2006 – The greening of sheds

Steel sector delegates at the major two-day sheds event in Newport last month (see News) heard much to please as well as much to challenge...

March 1, 2006
Creating shed-loads of value

Creating shed-loads of value

There is no other industry sector of such importance to the national economy that happily bears as unassuming a name as sheds. Nick Barrett..

February 1, 2006
Early delivery for Kettering logistics park

Early delivery for Kettering logistics park

Sheds just keep getting bigger. This major new East Midlands warehouse will soon be joined by one twice as big. Demand for large..

November 1, 2005
Logistics drive shed expansion

Logistics drive shed expansion

Healthy demand for industrial portal frames, and especially large distribution warehouses, looks set to keep steelwork contractors busy for..

May 1, 2005

May 2005 – Developers are supersizing sheds

The market for sheds has been buoyant in recent years and is the lifeblood for more than a few steelwork specialists.  Demand in this..

May 1, 2005