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Flexible spaces created with steel

Sport, leisure and community facilities in the Buckinghamshire town of Amersham are set to get a significant boost when the steel-framed Chiltern Lifestyle …

Plans revealed for Widnes leisure centre

Wates Construction has submitted plans on behalf of Halton Council for a new 4,600m² leisure complex in Widnes. The facility will feature a 25m-long swimming …

Steel design stacks up

Structural steelwork has provided the required efficient design and column-free spaces for a new leisure centre and an academy in east London. Martin Cooper …

Steel scores for City

A signature steel-framed structure housing a full-size football pitch is the focal point of Leicester City’s new state-of-the-art training centre. Leicester …

News in Brief: May 2019

The £60M Sandwell Aquatics Centre, which will host events at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has been given the final go-ahead by local councillors. …

Yorkshire gets fitness boost

An economically-designed steel-framed leisure centre is set to provide the local community in Bradford with modern sporting facilities. One of the more active …

Steel creates sporting legacy

A value-engineered and highly efficient steel-framed sports hub will help the University of Warwick achieve its ambitious physical activity targets. Due to …

Steel completes at Bradford leisure scheme

Working on behalf of main contractor ISG, Billington Structures has completed the erection of the steel frame for the new £17.5M Sedbergh Sports and Leisure …

Sports centre approved for south coast university

University of Portsmouth has been given planning permission by Portsmouth City Council to build a £53M sports facility, available for student, staff and …

Sport in the frame

York’s Community Stadium will host football and rugby league, as well as providing an array of leisure facilities and a 13-screen cinema. Martin Cooper …

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