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Commendation: Mary Elmes Bridge, Cork City

A single-span pedestrian bridge spans the River Lee in Cork, providing unimpeded views while having minimal impact on the existing flooding regime. Honouring …

Commendation: The Post Building, London

Reusing much of the original steel frame of a former 1960s Royal Mail sorting office, a modern mixed-use development has been created Located on London’s …

Commendation: The Standard Hotel, London

A former Camden Council office building has been transformed into a contemporary, boutique hotel, with sustainability and low carbon at the heart of its …

Commendation: Waterloo Station Roof Infill

A roof structure, requiring a high degree of complex design work, bridges the gap between two existing structures at the UK’s busiest station to form a new …

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. …

SSDA National Finalists

The Balfour, Kirkwall, Orkney A steel-framed design helped NHS Orkney realise its wish to have a unique hospital that attended to the Islands’ needs. Known …

Winners announced at 52nd Structural Steel Design Awards

Six projects were Award winners at this year’s Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA). The six winning projects at the 52nd annual SSDA were Tintagel …

SSDA Shortlist 2020

A total of 22 diverse projects from around the UK that highlight steelwork’s numerous attributes have made it onto the shortlist for the 2020 Structural …

SSDA 2019 – Introduction

By Christopher Nash RIBA – Chairman of the Judging panel. Again this year I was very pleased to moderate the deliberations of our talented judging team …

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