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Award: V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter, London

The most significant work undertaken at the V&A museum for over 100 years, this development’s centrepiece provides a large column-free underground …

SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the third of a series of articles, NSC looks …

Project of the Year: The Leadenhall Building, London

Reaching a height of 224m, the City of London’s landmark Leadenhall Building was designed as a wedge-shaped structure to minimise its impact on views of St …

Award: T-Pylon

The result of a design competition to find a 21st Century power pylon for Nationalgrid UK, the T-Pylon has very few parts, can be erected quickly and requires …

Award: LSQ London

Steel-framed retail and office accommodation have been created within what is said to be Europe’s largest retained façade. Formerly known as Communications …

Award: HGV Egress Ramp, Selfridges, London

The creation of a new egress ramp at a famous London department store involved a highly complex piece of engineering design and construction. In 2012, a …

Award: Oriam, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Scotland’s new Sports Performance Centre provides high quality facilities for a number of national sports bodies, including the Scottish Football Association …

Award: Thames Tower Redevelopment, Reading

A 1970s office block has been given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra steel-framed floors above level 11. The project’s original …

Award: London Olympic Roof Conversion

The stadium built for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games has been transformed with the addition of the world’s largest spanning tensile roof. …

Award: South Stand Expansion Etihad Stadium

With the stadium operational during the works, the challenging expansion of Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium South Stand has added 6,000 new seats. An …

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