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Trusses create vital column-free capacity

Providing end-user KLM UK Engineering with additional aircraft maintenance and repair capacity, a new £7M steel-framed hangar has landed at Norwich

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. …

Leeds Bradford Airport to expand with new terminal

Plans for a new terminal building at Leeds Bradford Airport have been approved by Leeds City Council. The new terminal will replace an outdated building and …

Extension cleared for take-off

London Southend Airport is forging ahead with its expansion plans that include an extension to the terminal building’s baggage

New baggage hall arriving at London Southend Airport

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant decline in air travel, Stobart Group is continuing its expansion plans at London Southend Airport. The work …

News in Brief: January 2020

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has appointed McLaren to build a warehouse and logistics facility on the site of a former WWII aircraft hangar at Manchester …

Steel takes off for Luton Airport car park

Working on behalf of Buckingham Group, James Killelea is fabricating, supplying and erecting 2,450t of steelwork for Luton Airport’s new five-level …

Airport transformation takes flight

A steel-framed terminal extension building, featuring internal spans of up to 36m, is the centrepiece of Manchester Airport’s Transformation programme. …

News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

Galvanizing success at Glasgow Airport

Scottish Galvanizers (part of the Wedge Group) has helped to lay the foundations for the growth of one of Britain’s busiest airports. The plant was called …

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