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News in Brief: June 2021

Planning approval has been given for the creation of a SeedPod hub on the outskirts of Aberdeen for the food and drink industry. The £21M investment – …

News in Brief: March 2021

Kloeckner Metals UK | Westok have been awarded BCSA Sustainability Charter Gold Standard status on the back of their BES 6001 certification. The objective of …

News in Brief June 2020

Severfield has announced the first order for its new Severstor product line of steel-framed modules that house critical systems technology and can be supplied …

56m-long girders depart for East Midlands bridge

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge has broken their own company record and fabricated a pair of 56m-long girders for a new bridge spanning the A45 in …

Inspired design

A number of challenges have been overcome to erect a steel-framed student accommodation scheme that shares a constrained site with a Grade-A listed church …

Accommodation boost for Aberdeen students

Aberdeen’s burgeoning student population is set to receive more accommodation options once the prestigious Triple Kirks scheme completes in late 2019. Being …

News in Brief: May 2018

Elland Steel Structures has become the first SCCS client to achieve certification to BS EN ISO 3834-2:2005, quality management in the field of welding. SCCS …

Challenges rising on President’s watch

Meeting the challenges of continuous change and uncertainty is the day-to-day business of senior management, but new BCSA President Tim Outteridge is becoming …

Bridging the granite city’s bypass

A total of eight steel composite bridges are being constructed as a vital component of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. Covering a distance of 58km, the …

News in Brief: January 2017

Cleveland Bridge UK has reached the halfway mark of a major infrastructure project in Aberdeen that will create a 43km bypass around the western side of the …

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