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A swimming pool and an ice rink are being built within one large steel-framed structure in Romford, presenting several challenges. Constructing two large …

Romford gets a new ice rink and swimming pool

Steel construction is nearing completion on the £28M Romford Ice Rink and Swimming Pool complex being erected by Billington Structures on behalf of main …

The new Coventry Swimming Baths

These splendid new swimming baths are now in full operation: a number of interesting design features are incorporated in the structure, one being the …

Steel supports the sporting life

Housed within a steel frame, one of London’s largest leisure centres is under construction in Waltham Forest. Waltham Forest Council is in the midst of a …

Steel school provides community resource

A multi-million pound project in Wick will deliver first-class educational and community facilities, all housed within two steel-framed structures. Martin …

Steel supports sporting life

Structural steelwork has proven to be the ideal framing material for a new sports centre in Oldham. Once the textile spinning capital of the world and a …

Northerly outpost gets new school and community centre

Work is progressing on schedule for a £48M school and community leisure centre project in one of the UK’s most northerly towns. The Wick Community Campus …

London’s Olympic legacy

Nearly three years ago London hosted one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympic Games in modern times, but what has happened to those iconic venues? NSC …

Sport for all in Oldham

Under construction in Oldham town centre is a new £15M sports centre that boasts a 25m eight-lane swimming pool; a smaller learner pool; an eight-court sports …

Steel gets heads up for hub development

A supermarket and leisure centre will form part of a new gateway hub to the Buckinghamshire town of High Wycombe. NSC reports. Conveniently located adjacent to …

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