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Steel undergoing technical transformation

Questions have inevitably been raised about how strongly commitments to achieving net-zero carbon targets will survive new and growing, and perhaps more …

Steel makes the best possible

Predictions of the end of the office are still being made and as frequently refuted, and it does seem probable that more people will spend time working from …

Sustainability benefits are hard to price

The sustainability benefits of steel construction have always been promoted by the sector, efforts to get the full message across have been unstinting for many …

Market shares and demand outlook strengthen

There is a lot of encouraging news around giving confidence that the outlook for the economy is positive for at least the next two years or so. The worst of …

Steel-framed buildings can be net-zero now

Following the United Nation’s COP26 climate change conference it seemed that the world united behind the decarbonisation struggle that some characterise as …

Roadmap goes full scale towards net-zero carbon

The United Nations Climate Change conference – better known as COP26 – was in full swing as we went to press, with over 100 world leaders and …

SSDA Judges impressed by sustainability deep analysis

Steel can unarguably claim to be a sustainable construction material like no other, with almost all constructional steelwork being recycled if not reused, and …

Steel provides solutions in a fast-changing world

Nothing stays still in the commercial property world for long, although one fairly constant feature is the preference for steel construction for most …

Steel goes back to the future

This year’s Structural Steel Design Awards shortlist has been released – see News – and any fears that the COVID-19 pandemic might have impacted …

Your zero carbon questions answered

Many questions have still to be answered before the world’s industries can be confident that they are set on the right paths towards a net zero carbon …

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