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January issue of New Steel Construction out now

The January issue of New Steel Construction (NSC) is now available in both digital and print formats that will be arriving in the post this week.

Anyone who does not receive the print magazine and would like a free subscription (UK and Ireland only) should visit: www.steelconstruction.info while readers who prefer the digital offering of NSC, this is available at: www.newsteelconstruction.com

NSC’s first issue of 2022 features two commercial schemes in Leeds, where the steel-framed office market is currently thriving. This month’s cover story is 11&12 Wellington Place, where two conjoined BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ structures will offer 22,700m2 of Grade A office, retail and leisure space.

Further highlighting the strength of the sector, the construction of the B3 office block at Thorpe Park represents the largest single out-of-town commercial deal ever recorded in West Yorkshire.

In north London, structural steelwork is playing an integral role in the construction of the Edmonton EcoPark. Once complete, this £1.2bn sustainable waste management hub will help the North London Waste Authority achieve its aim of diverting 700,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste from landfill.

Described as one of the world’s most significant cultural projects, the Victoria and Albert Museum is constructing two new sites in east London as part of V&A East.

Five steel-framed residential blocks form the One Baltic Square scheme, the latest development in Liverpool’s Baltic Quarter. Steelwork was chosen for the project as it offered the most flexible solution and one that was able to create complex transfer arrangements in each of the buildings.  

NSC also features a Steel for Life Headline Sponsor article, industry news, a technical article and advisory desk from the Steel Construction Institute, and codes and standards updates.

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