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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 …

Sustainable steel supports forward thinkers

This issue of NSC provides a snapshot of many of the challenges facing the construction industry and its clients as we emerge from the second COVID-19 …

Steel sheds support pandemic strategies

The Editor’s Comment in NSC a year ago struck an optimistic note in suggesting that there seemed to be some good news ahead in the COVID-19 battle. It was …

Steel ready to lead towards sustainable future

Construction, like much of industry, is still on the back foot after a year when the only surprise is that COVID-19 and Brexit didn’t do as much economic …

Steel seizes record offices market share

Confidence and stability are the two key ingredients that underpin business investment on the scale that a modern industrial economy needs to keep ticking …

Offices of the future demand steel’s flexibility

Twelve months ago, the first Editor’s Comment of 2020 lamented that events had thrown all sectors of the economy into even more uncertainty than usual …

Challenging times meet interesting solutions

The background to this final issue of NSC for 2020 is fundamentally different to anything that could have been expected by most of us at the start of the year: …

Judges overcome pandemic challenges

The UK’s steel construction industry can justifiably take pride in its long track record of being willing and able to be early adopters of the latest …

Pandemic raises collaboration hopes

Contractors can just about always say they live in interesting times, but with the world still mired in a pandemic and waiting for a feared second wave amid …

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