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High-Rise Trusteel

The Trusteel steel-framed system is well known in the low rise housing field, 37,000 Trusteel homes equally in the Local Authority and Private Housing fields, …

Nottingham Flyover

Roads are getting more congested, junctions are becoming bottlenecks – often the only solution is to build a temporary flyover. Mr F. I. Lees, Director and …

Structural Steel Design Awards 1969

From Building with Steel, November 2019 Efficient, economical and elegant – that is design in steel, as demonstrated by the winners in the Structural Steel …

Erskine Bridge

There has been a ferry across the River Clyde between Erskine and Old Kilpatrick for centuries but the density of traffic has increased so much that one is now …

British Steel in Bahrain

by D. K. Doran, BSc(Eng), DIC, MICE,  Manager, Structural Design Department, George Wimpey & Co. Ltd The foundation stone for Isa new town was laid in …

Head office for Hearts of Oak Benefit Society

The Hearts of Oak Benefit Society, which operates within the framework of the Friendly Societies Act, has grown from humble beginnings in 1842 to become one of …

First British Rail bridge in weathering steel

The first stage of the British Rail Freightliner network was virtually completed in mid-summer 1967 and plans were then prepared for the next stage of the …

GEAI, Rouen

Like many other highly industrialised nations, France has sought to solve its desperate housing problems by making use of prefabricated structures, in steel as …

Unusual Television Studio

The building illustrated is clad with 85 tons of sheet lead – chosen for its sound insulating qualities – coloured a soft grey. The cantilever doubly …

Brief stories from Building with Steel, November 1968

AUSTERE BEAUTY A striking landmark in an historical setting is St Aengus’s church on the shore of Lough Swilly some six miles from Londonderry. Set austerely …

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