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AWARD: 100 Liverpool Street, London

Two existing City of London steel-framed office buildings have been combined, extended and reconfigured into a modern, flexible, mixed-use

AWARD: Hams Way Footbridge

Forming part of the Worcester Southern Link Road Phase 4, a signal-controlled pedestrian crossing has been replaced with an elegant trussed-arch steel …

AWARD: Pooley New Bridge

Spanning the River Eamont and replacing a crossing damaged by floods in 2015, a new sustainably-designed composite stainless steel bridge pays homage to its …

AWARD: Glasgow Queen Street Station

A £120M redevelopment programme at Scotland’s third busiest railway station has provided extended platforms, an expanded concourse, and a contemporary …

Award: 52 Lime Street, London

Known as the Scalpel, 52 Lime Street is a dramatic, sleek and geometrical addition to the high-rise City of London landscape. Designed by architects Kohn …

Award: A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon Improvement Scheme

Two projects on a major £1.5bn road improvement scheme highlight why steel is the ideal material to form long bridges quickly and efficiently. Highways …

Award: Bath Schools of Art and Design

A retained steel frame has been combined with new steel elements to create a modern educational facility. Opened in 1976 as Herman Miller’s primary UK …

Award: Brunel Building, London

Exposed steelwork has created a stand-out commercial building in Paddington named in honour of a famous engineer. Named in honour of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, …

Award: The Curragh Racecourse Redevelopment, Kildare

A grandstand with a dramatic cantilevering roof is the centrepiece of a wider racecourse redevelopment masterplan. The Curragh is one of the world’s most …

Award: Tintagel Footbridge, Cornwall

The two halves of Tintagel Castle have been reconnected for the first time in more than 500 years by a new steel footbridge. Managed by English Heritage, …

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