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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. Anyone who does …

Landmark central London entertainment venue completed

Work has been completed on the Outernet London project, a new immersive entertainment venue, set to help reinvigorate London’s iconic Denmark Street music …

Swing bridge installed for Inverness Western Link

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge has completed the installation of a new swing bridge in Inverness. The 39m-long road and pedestrian Torvean Bridge is the …

Contractor named for Nottingham Broadmarsh redevelopment

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by Nottingham City Council to prepare the Broadmarsh Centre site in the city centre for future development by knocking down …

Plans unveiled for Isle of Barra distillery and visitor centre

Isle of Barra Distillers has unveiled plans for £5M whisky and gin distillery and visitor centre, creating 30 jobs for the island. Said to be Scotland’s …

South Bank tower

Forming part of a large residential-led master plan, an 18-storey steel-framed commercial building will create a landmark structure on London’s

Portal-framed industrial units

Edinburgh’s industrial property sector is due to receive a boost when phase one of Northern Trust’s development in Newbridge completes this

Steel scales new heights

A steel-framed structure, incorporating three separate floor levels, has proven to be the ideal solution for an Olympic-level climbing centre in

Steel provides leisure boost

The need for long spans, and a flexible and economic design, meant a steel-framed solution was chosen for a new leisure centre in

Ton up for car park specialist

Steel construction has been completed, in quick time, on a car park in Hatfield, a project which also represents a significant landmark for contractor Bourne …

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