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Preferred bidder chosen for Cardiff indoor arena

Cardiff Council has identified Live Nation as its preferred bidder for a new 15,000-capacity indoor arena in Cardiff Bay. The new venue will cost around £150M …

Project team named for Manchester arena

Developer Oak View Group (OVG) has appointed the Royal BAM Group (BAM) as its preferred construction partner, and Populous, a global architecture design firm, …

Green light for Bristol arena project

Bristol’s ambitious 17,000-capacity arena has been given the go-ahead and is set to give the city’s entertainment sector a major boost. Malaysian …

Stage set for Hull Venue opening

Hull Venue, a £36M state-of-the-art music and events complex with a capacity of 3,500 people is nearing completion and will host its first live acts later …

UK steelwork contractor delivers Belize sports complex

Dorset-based REIDsteel has designed and fabricated the soon-to-open Belize Civic Center Sports Complex, said to be one of the largest public construction …

Shape of things to come

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies is helping designers create elaborate landmark structures. Bending steel …

News in Brief: February 2016

Bernard Shuttleworth, BCSA President from 1986-88, died on 28 December. During his long career in the steelwork sector, Bernard was Managing Director of Robert …

Award – Derby Arena

The Derby Arena is the first new-build velodrome constructed in England since the London Olympics and features a 250m Siberian timber cycling track. With a …

London’s Olympic legacy

Nearly three years ago London hosted one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympic Games in modern times, but what has happened to those iconic venues? NSC …

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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