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Commendation: Central Square, Leeds

An emblem of the city’s ambition, Central Square in Leeds is a landmark development binding together a dynamic business district to create a vibrant new …

Commendation: The Hurlingham Club Racquet Centre

The Racquet Centre is a new sporting facility set in 42-acres of pastoral landscape at the prestigious Hurlingham Club in Fulham, London. The Hurlingham …

Marrying old and new

New steelwork additions are helping to convert a 1970s-built office building into a modern commercial scheme fit for the 21st Century. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel creates office landmark

Featuring three cantilevering façades, No.1 Spinningfields will be Manchester’s third tallest office building and the last structure to be built in the …

Award: Harlech Castle Footbridge

Designed as an S-shaped Vierendeel truss, a new footbridge links Harlech Castle with a new visitor centre and dramatically improves visitor access. Harlech …

Lincoln transport hub approved

A new bus station and 1,000-space multi-storey car park is to be built in Lincoln after the Government released funding. The £29M transport hub scheme is …

Weathering steel highlights offices

An exo-skeleton, fabricated entirely of weathering steel, has created the standout appearance and the column-free spans for the final commercial development at …

Expanding sector gets steel boost

A large mixed-use scheme known as Central Square is the latest project to highlight the strengthening Leeds property market. A stone’s throw from Leeds …

Economy drives steel design

A new London headquarters for a multinational advertising and public relations company, is rapidly taking shape with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

Award – First World War Galleries, Imperial War Museum, London

To mark the start of the Centenary of the First World War – a transformed Imperial War Museum re-opened with stunning new steel-framed galleries and atrium. …

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