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Trusses create vital column-free capacity

Providing end-user KLM UK Engineering with additional aircraft maintenance and repair capacity, a new £7M steel-framed hangar has landed at Norwich

The use of semi-continuous joints to reduce steel weight and cost

Graham Couchman of the SCI revisits a publication from 1997 which, as we become increasingly concerned with embodied carbon, and therefore efficient use of …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Sky’s the limit

tructural steelwork has taken a leading role in the construction of Sky Studios Elstree, where long column-free flexible spaces are in demand. Martin Cooper …

Jetties provide haul road access for the viaduct construction, keeping trucks off the road

Temporary steel jetties with a total weight of 5,000t, spanning four lakes, are playing an integral role in the construction of HS2’s Colne Valley

Excellent offices for Belfast

One of Northern Ireland’s most important commercial developments is transforming a city centre area once renowned for

Steel highlights at commercial redevelopment

A well-known building in east London is undergoing a refurbishment programme that includes upgrading its existing six floors and adding a six-storey …

Reducing material costs, lead time and carbon

Founding Steel for Life sponsor Cleveland Steel & Tubes says one of the best options for reducing embodied carbon in steel construction is the supply of …

Repurposing a landmark

Forming part of the wider redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall, a structurally-independent steel-framed film and television studio is being constructed …

Commercial extension

Two existing office blocks that span over some of London Victoria’s busiest railway lines are both being enlarged with new steel-framed floors.

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