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Clydeside regeneration

One of the final elements of a prime city centre regeneration project on the banks of the River Clyde is quickly taking shape with the aid of steel …

Construction partner achieving net zero aims

Barrett Steel has continuously invested in best-in-class service for its customers by acquiring the latest processing technologies and thereby strengthening …

SSDA 2022: Introduction, Foreword and Judges

The Panel was this year delighted to be able to return to the usual SSDA judging process no longer constrained by restrictions due to the COVID-19 precautions …

AWARD: 1 Triton Square, London

A 1990s office block has been redeveloped with steel construction in order to double its floor area and create an exemplary sustainable and healthy

AWARD: Bombardier Maintenance Hangar, Biggin Hill

A technically challenging dual cantilever ‘super hangar’ – the largest in the UK – is now a spectacular feature at Biggin Hill

AWARD: Esperance Bridge, Kings Cross

Created as an innovative take on a traditional Warren truss, the Esperance footbridge provides an important link across the Regents Canal in the Kings Cross

AWARD: Lord’s Cricket Ground, Compton & Edrich Stands Redevelopment

Structural steelwork has played an integral role in the redevelopment masterplan of the spiritual home of cricket with the delivery of two new three-tier

AWARD: Tower of Light, Manchester

Supporting five exhaust flues, a 40m-tall steel tower is a key component of an important Combined Heat and Power energy

COMMENDATION: Assembly Bristol, Building A

A landmark 24,000m2 office building is the first of three structures that will make up Bristol city centre’s Assembly campus FACT FILEArchitect: Allford Hall …

COMMENDATION: Britannia Leisure Centre, Hackney

Occupying a confined plot, a stacked structural design has allowed a leisure centre to accommodate all of its required facilities without impeding on the …

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