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Two bridges installed in 11 hours on A14 upgrade scheme

Forming part of Highways England’s A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge Improvement Scheme, Cleveland Bridge installed two 1,050t bridges in just 11 hours. Known as …

Commendation: Approach Viaduct South, Queensferry Crossing

Opened in August 2017, Transport Scotland’s Queensferry Crossing is both the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed …

Long established supplier

As a key partner to the constructional steelwork sector across the UK, Barrett Steel prides itself on possessing not only the size and scope but also the …

Bridges improve major artery

A steelwork contractor’s expertise has enabled challenging crossings to be erected safely, accurately and on time for the A14 improvement scheme. Highways …

Seaside leisure

Sporting pursuits are set for a substantial boost in the West Sussex seaside town of Littlehampton as a new £17M leisure centre is under way. A buoyant sector …

Academic design exposed

A famous London seat of learning has chosen to use an aesthetically-pleasing exposed steel frame for its latest redevelopment project. Martin Cooper reports. …

Bridging the granite city’s bypass

A total of eight steel composite bridges are being constructed as a vital component of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. Covering a distance of 58km, the …

Innovation gong for offloading frame

Leach Structural Steelwork’s offloading frame won the Innovation category at the North West Construction Safety Group awards. Allowing an operative to safely …

Cantilevering London Wall

Transfer structures supporting cantilevers abound on this City of London commercial development, reports Martin Cooper. London Wall Place will be a new …

Hybrid modular systems using a steel-framed podium

Mark Lawson of the SCI discusses some of the recent research and developments in modular construction. Modular construction has established itself in the UK …

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