newsteelconstruction.com

NSC Archives

Tag Archives

News in Brief: June 2018

Specialist metal decking contractor, Composite Profiles has won the national award for Best Company Culture at the Business Excellence Forum & Awards held …

Prestigious accolade for steel-framed City tower

The Monument Building has won the best large commercial building of the year 2016 category in the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) London regional …

The City’s dramatic addition

Eventually reaching a height of 190m, 52 Lime Street is the City of London’s latest standout commercial development. Martin Cooper reports. Featuring a …

London’s Scalpel building takes shape

Eventually reaching a height of 190m, 52 Lime Street – otherwise known as the Scalpel – is rapidly taking shape in the City of London. Joining a …

Commendation: 6 Bevis Marks Roof Garden, London

Tubular steelwork supporting an ETFE canopy has created a striking covered roof garden atop a prestigious City of London commercial office block. The roof …

News in Brief: October 2016

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is looking for experienced contract auditors to join their team. Interested candidates should send their CV …

News in Brief – November 2015

EMO Milan 2015 (World of Metalworking) was the launch pad for Ficep’s latest CNC high-speed drilling line known as Rapid. The company said the new drilling …

Hanging cantilever

A 17-storey cantilevering section of the building is hung from a large rooftop girder to create a column-free entrance area for a City of London office scheme. …

Excellent Monument

Aiming to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, The Monument Building will provide high quality office space in the heart of the City. Martin Cooper reports …

Award – Moorgate Exchange, London

Large open plan floorplates and a sloping terraced façade are two elements adorning this City of London Grade A office development. Designed as a large …

THIS MONTH’S MAGAZINE

Untitled Page

Click on the cover to view this month's issue as a digimag.

Archives