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Steel’s sustainability and flexibility will score with clients

At this time last year, looking ahead to 2022, we said that there was a lot of evidence suggesting that the outlook for the economy was positive for the next …

Steel carbon reduction commitment strengthens

Fears have been raised that the UK’s commitment to tackling the climate emergency may be waning in the face of the multitude of immediately pressing issues …

Steel sustainability grows as judges praise value of visits

Among the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic was a halt to the long-established practice of Structural Steel Design Awards being judged on the basis …

Steel stays committed to achieving net-zero carbon

The UK has been a leader internationally in committing itself to carbon reduction targets and was hailed in 2019 for introducing a legally binding target of …

Shortlist shows world-leading steelwork

As BCSA President Mark Denham pointed out in his speech at the National Dinner in June, the past few years have been challenging times for the construction …

Steel meets new and old challenges in evolving ways

We live in fast moving times, with the pace of innovation never seeming to let up for long. From some perspectives however the old adage that the more things …

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 …

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