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Steel provides Excellent solution

Reusing existing foundations and sourcing EAF produced steelwork have helped to reduce embodied carbon on a City of London commercial scheme. FACT …

Reused steel aids circular economy

Adding to TBC.London’s sustainability credentials, and said to be a first for UK construction, pre-Second World War steelwork from an Oxford Street …

Power connection to shore

Aiding the UK Government’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, a cable production facility in Blyth will help underpin the growing offshore …

Steel takes centre stage

The need for long spans and large column-free spaces meant a structural steel framing solution was the obvious choice for Derby’s new entertainment and …

Sustainability drives office design

Structural steelwork’s lightweight attributes and sustainability credentials have proven to be ideal for an over-station office development in the City of …

Atmospheric corrosivity classifications for weathering steel

Weathering steel has an increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion, compared to conventional steel, and a distinctive appearance which make it attractive …

Passport to a circular economy

Featuring a number of sustainable credentials, the 12-storey Edenica office development is the first City of London scheme to use Materials Passports, digital …

Vital Greenwich link installed

Crossing the Blackwall Tunnel Approach Road, a new steel footbridge forms a vital, as well as the only, means of pedestrian access between the two halves of …

Transport hub expansion in the frame

A fully galvanized steel frame has created the desired architectural and durable design for a multi-storey car park serving a transport hub in Cheltenham. FACT …

Steel opens up factory project

Rising up on the site of a former steelworks, a state-of-the-art steel-framed factory will secure the Scottish future of a company crucial to the whisky …

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