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The County Hotel, Bedford

From Building with Steel, June 1969 by Gwylon Isaac, Bsc, DIC, CEng, MICE In December 1964 the contractors appointed to carry out the construction of the hotel …

Steel meets new and old challenges in evolving ways

We live in fast moving times, with the pace of innovation never seeming to let up for long. From some perspectives however the old adage that the more things …

Car Park for BOAC

Space frame structures are usually associated with roof frameworks but in this new car-park at Heathrow they have been used for the floor decks. Also unusual …

Churches and Steel

From Building With Steel, February 1972 Churches are being built for new centres of population and to replace older structures no longer suitable. They take …

Luton Airport Hangar

Readers of ‘Building with Steel’ will recall that the back outside cover of No 1 featured a picture of a new hangar being built at Luton Airport. …

The Recreational Complex

Recent years have seen the development of multi-activity sports and recreational com­plexes. There is clearly need for more. Gerry Williamson writes here of …

Offshore quarters

Conditions are tough on an oil-drilling rig. The work is arduous and the weather can be foul. Off-duty the crew therefore need comfortable quarters. That these …

The Structural Steel Design Awards 1971

From Building with Steel, November 1971 The British Steel Corporation in conjunction with the British Constructural Steelwork Association has once again …

A variety of sports; a variety of buildings

Steel is used for sports buildings of all types and permits free expression of designers’ ideas. These images give only an indication of the scope possible. …

Car Park: Croydon

Since the regulations affecting car parks have been revised, it has been possible to build them from unprotected steel. This effects a considerable saving in …

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