NSC Annual Review now available
A selection of the key project reports of the year, plus technical articles explaining the current issues affecting the steel construction sector are all contained within the latest New Steel Construction (NSC) Annual Review.
The publication has been distributed with Construction News, Building Magazine and Architects Journal, and can also be viewed online at www.steelconstruction.info
NSC Annual Review comprises a digest of the most important news items to appear in the magazine over the last 12 months. This is followed by a review of last year’s prestigious Structural Steel Design Awards that were held at the Museum of London.
All of the major construction sectors in which structural steelwork is used are represented within the Annual Review.
Reports on projects such as the Met Office’s new super computer facility in Exeter and an energy centre in Greenwich with a 49m-tall flue stack highlight steel construction’s versatility.
Around 90% of the UK’s distribution centres are constructed with a steel frame and the Annual Review highlights a huge Amazon warehouse built as the centrepiece for a new Midlands distribution park.
Project features on commercial schemes in the City of London and Manchester, a retail scheme in Bracknell, a school in Fife and bridges for the A1 upgrade in Yorkshire display steel’s broad appeal throughout the construction industry.
A technical article on floor vibration and guidance on cost are included, as well as an article explaining why structural steelwork is the leading commercial choice. Another piece highlighting the updates and new content that has been added to www.steelconstruction.info completes the publication.