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Moving forward

Jamestown’s UK Business Development Manager, Mark Stewart writes on how the company is progressing this year with a strong order book, containing even more …

CE Marking of fabricated constructional steelwork is a legal requirement – are you at risk?

In this article, NSC explains when CE marking will end in the UK and when it will be superseded as a legal requirement by UKCA marking. In recent months, there …

Seaside regeneration

Structural steelwork is playing a leading role in the latest phase of Blackpool’s wide-ranging Talbot Gateway scheme. FACT FILETalbot Gateway, BlackpoolMain …

Steel checks in at holiday resort

Structural steelwork is playing a starring role in creating the latest addition to the entertainment roster at the Butlin’s resort at Bognor Regis. FACT …

Steel frames high-rise living

Residential schemes are currently plentiful in central Liverpool as local demand is high; one of the latest developments is One Park Lane, a 16-storey …

Mobility in the frame

Providing a car parking and a sustainable transport solution, the steel-framed Ancoats Mobility Hub also forms part of wider scheme to improve the local …

Steel connection

A 57m-long Warren Truss pedestrian bridge has been installed to provide a link between two parts of a large residential-led development in Leeds city centre. …

Galvanizing: the original green solution

Construction is reported to be responsible for around 40% of total greenhouse gas emissions, and with governments, businesses and customers seeking more …

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 …

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