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Merit: The Gravity Bar, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Strengthened Edwardian steel columns along with the construction of a new rooftop structure, have helped enlarge one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. …

Merit: Scarborough Footbridge, York

Reminiscent of Viking longboats, a new weathering steel pedestrian and cycle bridge has improved access between York railway station and the city centre. …

Merit: G W Annenburg Performing Arts Centre

Forming the heart of a new cultural quarter of a prestigious college, a new circular-shaped theatre has been built into a sloping site in order to blend into …

Merit: Greatham Creek Seal Hide, Middlesbrough

The use of steel allowed a geometrically complex structure to be built on a constrained site on top of a flood defence embankment. FACT FILE Architect: …

Merit: The Macallan Distillery

Steel ring beams and columns support the green roof of a contemporary distillery building that blends into the surrounding Highland countryside. FACT FILE …

Merit: Telford Central Footbridges

Replacing an older structure that had reached the end of its working life, Telford’s Central Footbridge replacement scheme provides a new and important link …

Merit: 1 & 2 London Wall Place

Steelwork lies at the heart of the London Wall Place development. It was decided early in the design process that the optimum superstructure solution for both …

Merit: Thirty Broadwick, London

The structural design of Thirty Broadwick offers optimised lettable floor areas within Soho’s tight streetscape, and replaces a tired building with one that …

Merit: 101 The Embankment, Salford

Although the original buildings and platforms are long gone, the Grade II listed sandstone façade and viaduct that once supported the long-gone Exchange …

Merit: Manchester Victoria Redevelopment

Manchester Victoria station redevelopment was a challenging project within an existing live railway station with work taking place around a number of Grade II …

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