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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 …

Capital regeneration

Numerous column grid patterns, requiring hundreds of tonnes of transfer structures, are helping to create a large retail-led mixed-use scheme in central …

Go-ahead for Farringdon landmark office scheme

Plans for a prestigious 13-storey office development, designed by tp Bennett are set to go ahead after the City of London gave it full approval. Construction …

Steel creates sporting legacy

A value-engineered and highly efficient steel-framed sports hub will help the University of Warwick achieve its ambitious physical activity targets. Due to …

Project of the Year: Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre

This BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rated facility comprises 165,000m² of production space, offices, social support areas and a community educational centre, making …

Award: V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter, London

The most significant work undertaken at the V&A museum for over 100 years, this development’s centrepiece provides a large column-free underground …

On the water

A steel-framed structure, that sits above an east London dock, has benefitted from using a weathering steel base as its all-important lowest level. Sat on …

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