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Historic link restored

For the first time in more than 500 years, the two halves of Tintagel Castle have been reconnected after the installation of a new steel footbridge. Perched on …

Engineers streamline HS2 station roof design

Lead engineers on HS2’s Old Oak Common station, WSP, have revealed a 27% reduction in the structural steel needed for the station roof at the west London …

First British Rail bridge in weathering steel

The first stage of the British Rail Freightliner network was virtually completed in mid-summer 1967 and plans were then prepared for the next stage of the …

Steel benefits from exposure

The attractions of exposing constructional steelwork seem to be growing, as we have been noticing in the increasing number of projects making a virtue of its …

Steel hits the right note

Manchester’s Hallé Orchestra is enlarging its St Peter’s rehearsal and recording facility with the construction of a steel-framed extension that will …

Learning and teaching hub takes form in Glasgow

The multi-million pound University of Glasgow Campus Development is progressing with the steel frame for the Learning and Teaching Hub nearing completion. …

Three-legged bridge for canalside marina

Working on behalf of main contractor Land & Water, S H Structures has fabricated and supplied a 35m-long bridge for the Newlands Marina project near Milton …

Hallé Orchestra to get new and larger rehearsal space

Manchester’s Hallé Orchestra is enlarging its St Peter’s rehearsal and recording facility with the construction of a steel-framed extension that includes …

Eastern Gateway

Huge quantities of steelwork and vast amounts of earthmoving are involved in the creation of one of the UK’s first inland ports, which will offer half a …

Award: The Ordsall Chord Viaduct

The Ordsall Chord Viaduct includes the first network arch bridge to be built in the UK, and the first asymmetric (tapering) network arch anywhere in the world. …

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