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Steel-framed offices achieve outstanding aims

The EQ project in Bristol aims to be one of the city’s first new-build commercial developments to commit to target carbon net-zero in operation in accordance …

Steelwork arrives at new station

Safety concerns and technical challenges have been overcome with the use of prefabricated steel elements for the main building and footbridge at the new Green …

Stadium up and running

Steelwork has been completed for the eye-catching new West Stand at the Alexander Stadium; the centrepiece venue for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth

Steel forms City’s sustainable tower

An evolving design and high sustainability credentials have both been key ingredients for 8 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s latest landmark high-rise …

Steel design blossoms at business park

An exposed steel-framed design has given maximum flexibility to the Project Violet scheme, which is providing office space for scientific research and …

Academia embraces sustainability

A steel-framed solution has helped the University of Salford achieve its sustainability aspirations for its new Science, Engineering and Environmental (SEE) …

Flexibility spans the frame

FACT FILESandwell Aquatics CentreMain client: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough CouncilArchitect: Roberts Limbrick ArchitectsMain contractor: Wates …

Fringe development

Located on the edge of the City of London, a 21-storey commercial building represents Phase 2 of a prestigious Aldgate redevelopment scheme. Nestled just …

Steelwork raises flagship development

A multi-million-pound research facility is set to help collaboration between industry and academia as well as providing a significant boost to the Welsh …

London commercial block reinvented with steel

Originally opened in 1997, the concrete-framed 1 Triton Square in central London is being refurbished and enlarged with three new upper levels and additional …

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