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Updated NSSS includes new intumescent paint section

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BSCA) has published the 7th edition of the National Structural Steelwork Specification for buildings (NSSS). …

President’s Column: July/August 2020

My predecessor, Tim Outteridge, introduced the ‘President’s Column’ as a new item in New Steel Construction in his president’s profile in the …

Steel takes the load

The London School of Economics’ new Marshall Building includes a number of steelwork elements that are helping the design to achieve the overall …

Connection design in trusses

A general article about steel trusses which touched on choice of members and their orientation but did not go into detail about designing connections was …

Somerset contractor expands production facility

Taunton Fabrications said in order to meet an increasing demand for its products and services, it is building an additional 700m² steel-framed factory space …

Lindapter to offer CPD seminar to specifiers of steelwork connections

Steelwork clamping systems producer Lindapter are to offer a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar to specifiers involved with the design of …

Ficep announces new welding partnership

Steel machinery equipment manufacturer Ficep has announced an exclusive partnership in the UK with Austrian company Zeman Bauelemente Produktionsgesellschaft …

BCSA updates welding publication

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has published a second edition of the Typical Welding Procedure Specifications for Structural …

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra …

Bespoke structural components

NSC reports on fabricated structural components used in buildings and the capability and capacity required by producers of these items. Readers of NSC will be …

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