April issue of New Steel Construction out now
The April issue of New Steel Construction (NSC) is now available in both digital and print formats that will be arriving in the post this week.
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This month’s cover story is an 18-storey commercial building on London’s South Bank, known as Arbor. The use of a steel-framed solution has helped the project team achieve their goal of creating a landmark structure for the wider Bankside Yards development.
Three steel-framed industrial buildings, which will provide 2,600m2 of floor space, and will be sub-divided into 14 individual units, are nearing completion on a development adjacent to Edinburgh Airport.
Climbing is due to make its Olympic debut at this year’s Tokyo games. In readiness for an anticipated upsurge in interest, Oldham is the location for a new steel-framed Olympic-level climbing centre.
Continuing our sporting coverage, the new Tarka Leisure Centre in Barnstaple is set to provide North Devon with a host of facilities, including a 25m eight-lane swimming pool and an indoor ski area.
NSC also features a Steel for Life Gold Sponsor article from Wedge Galvanizing, an Industrial & Logistics sector focus, industry news, a technical article and advisory desk from the Steel Construction Institute, and Codes and Standards updates.