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50 Years Ago: Structural Steel in the Nuclear Power Industry

Structural steel is marching with the times. Nuclear power stations – virtually unthought of a decade ago – are consuming large quantities of structural …

All change at Newport station

As part of a city wide regeneration masterplan, Newport railway station is currently being redesigned to provide a striking civic building with steel playing a …

Steel crown for the Cube

Birmingham’s most prestigious mixed use development features a geometrically challenging steel roof structure as well as an eye-catching fretwork screen …

Stadium kicks off regeneration

A former glassworks site in Chesterfield is the main focus for a large regeneration scheme which has a new football stadium as its centrepiece.  Chesterfield …

Automation framed in steel

The British Library’s recently opened storage facility combines cutting edge technologies to offer shelf space for seven million items from the UK national …

Investment in new fire protection facility

International Paint will invest £6.2M to build a new testing laboratory for fire protection products at its manufacturing site in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear. …

New machine improves fabricator’s efficiency

Billington Holdings has invested in a new combined Peddinghaus CNC sawing, drilling and marking machine for its Yate facility near Bristol. The company said …

SCI teams up with academia

SCI and Oxford Brookes University (OBU) have joined forces to offer a new service to manufacturers of building products. The collaboration combines SCI’s …

News in Brief: March 2010

Latest developments in the design and construction of steel bridges will be discussed at a half day event organised by the BCSA at London’s Institute of …

Sustainability on course at college

North Wales based EvadX will be fabricating, supplying and erecting steelwork for ISG’s £2.4M design and build project with Glyndwr University to build a …

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