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Education in the frame

A tried and tested method, using steelwork in conjunction with precast flooring planks, is being successfully used for a sixth educational scheme in Fife. …

Steel’s winning ways

The construction industry’s clients have never been more cost conscious than they are today, always alert for ways of keeping a lid on final project prices. …

Healthcare in the frame

A number of challenges have had to be overcome during the construction of a new hospital in the Orkney Islands. Martin Cooper reports from a project where …

Trusses span sporting haven

A series of storey-high trusses create the transfer deck between a leisure centre and a residential scheme in London. Replacing a number of old Victorian …

Future-proof design for ticket halls

Over-site commercial developments will be constructed on top of Farringdon Station’s two new Crossrail ticket halls. Martin Cooper reports on how steel is …

Comprehensive steel cost guidance now available

The first of a new series of structural steelwork cost guidance articles from AECOM, the British Constructional Steelwork Association and Steel for Life has …

Steel shines under costs spotlight

Market demands can frequently change, placing a different emphasis on the various features of buildings and other structures such as long spans, curving and …

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 …

SSDA 2016: National Finalists

Energy from Waste Facility, Peterborough FACT FILE Architect: BHP Design (UK) Ltd Structural engineer: MLM Consulting Engineers Ltd Steelwork contractor: …

News in Brief: October 2016

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is looking for experienced contract auditors to join their team. Interested candidates should send their CV …

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