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An introduction to computer software for steel design and fabrication

Steelwork contractors are often held up as being in pole position in terms of the introduction of and increasing use of BIM. In this article, NSC looks at how …

Commendation: Lagan Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge, Belfast

Around 16,000 people every week now use Belfast’s new footbridge that connects Donegall Quay with Queens Quay. Early site investigations, both physical and …

Software for steel construction

NSC takes a look at the computer software sector which today forms an integral part of design and construction. The steel construction sector has been using 3D …

A lesson in offsite fabrication

The construction of a North Wales school has reaped the benefits of using offsite fabrication as weeks have been shaved off of the construction programme. …

Computer designed frames

Two steel-framed structures will house and service the Met Office’s new supercomputer, a device that will bolster the UK’s position as a world leader in …

Light Steel Information Sheets available from SCI

Three new technical information sheets are available on www.Steelbiz.org. Produced with the Light Steel Forum, they will be distributed to SCI Members in the …

Expanding sector gets steel boost

A large mixed-use scheme known as Central Square is the latest project to highlight the strengthening Leeds property market. A stone’s throw from Leeds …

Certificate of Merit – Weathering Steel House, Putney

A high-spec private home, spread over four floors, has been created by the redevelopment of a small building. Using the rust-like appearance of weathering …

Steel is ready for BIM

The steel construction sector is ahead of the game as far as implementing the use of Level 2 BIM before next year’s Government deadline. Nick Barrett …

News in Brief – May 2015

Tekla has launched Tekla Structural Designer, said to be a dedicated analysis and design software for structural engineers working on commercial building …

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