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Tata Steel proposes efficient steel modules for schools

Tata Steel said it is at the forefront of creating the next generation of schools in the UK, which will give thousands of children access to education in safe, …

Small wonder

Following on from the success of its first mini-Swiss Re (Gherkin) building, Caunton Engineering has fabricated a second similar structure to be located at the …

Tata Steel launches new hollow sections design app

Tata Steel, in partnership with the Steel Construction Institute, has launched a new and fully revised app version of its ‘Blue Book’ software tool, which …

Steel takes to the stage

A steel-framed commercial building forms one of the main elements of £750M mixed-use development in Shoreditch that also includes the remains of a …

Exposed frame creates sustainable HQ

A steel-framed solution has created the desired contemporary and cost-efficient headquarters building a leading Lowestoft employer wanted. Based in the Suffolk …

News in Brief: March 2019

Forming an integral part of a road realignment scheme, Nusteel Structures has fabricated and delivered a 50m-long × 3m-wide cycle and pedestrian bridge that …

Tata Steel’s Celsius® sections approved to NHSS

Tata Steel’s Celsius® range of hot-finished hollow sections have achieved external certification to the National Highways Sector Scheme 3B (NHSS 3B). Since …

News in Brief: October 2018

Steelwork contractor William Hare has reported a 10% sales rise to £158M for the year ending 31 December 2017. The company also revealed a turnover of …

An introduction to steel construction products

In this sector focus article, New Steel Construction provides an overview of the various forms of steel construction products and describes how they are …

Shoppers’ beacon

A nautical themed shopping centre extension is set to reinvigorate Eastbourne town centre. Martin Cooper reports. A new name, new shops, new restaurants and a …

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