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Car Park for BOAC

Space frame structures are usually associated with roof frameworks but in this new car-park at Heathrow they have been used for the floor decks. Also unusual …

Churches and Steel

From Building With Steel, February 1972 Churches are being built for new centres of population and to replace older structures no longer suitable. They take …

Luton Airport Hangar

Readers of ‘Building with Steel’ will recall that the back outside cover of No 1 featured a picture of a new hangar being built at Luton Airport. …

The Recreational Complex

Recent years have seen the development of multi-activity sports and recreational com­plexes. There is clearly need for more. Gerry Williamson writes here of …

Offshore quarters

Conditions are tough on an oil-drilling rig. The work is arduous and the weather can be foul. Off-duty the crew therefore need comfortable quarters. That these …

The Structural Steel Design Awards 1971

From Building with Steel, November 1971 The British Steel Corporation in conjunction with the British Constructural Steelwork Association has once again …

A variety of sports; a variety of buildings

Steel is used for sports buildings of all types and permits free expression of designers’ ideas. These images give only an indication of the scope possible. …

Car Park: Croydon

Since the regulations affecting car parks have been revised, it has been possible to build them from unprotected steel. This effects a considerable saving in …

Non-Industrial buildings

A large number of schools today are built using some form of catalogued building. One of these is SCOLA, the commercial member of which is Sanders & …

Industrial buildings

From Building with Steel, February 1971 The Conder Group is well known for its standard industrial buildings – catalogued buildings in fact. But this …

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