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Steel stars at Irish cinema

The city of Kilkenny will soon have a new 10-screen cinema complex, as construction work is currently progressing apace on the site of a former cattle market. …

Sport in the frame

York’s Community Stadium will host football and rugby league, as well as providing an array of leisure facilities and a 13-screen cinema. Martin Cooper …

Former gas works site reborn with steel

A seven-storey steel-framed office and retail building is the latest structure to take shape at the First Street Development in central Manchester. Located on …

News in Brief: September 2016

Cellular beam specialist Kloeckner Metals UK | Westok has upgraded its Cellbeam software package with the launch of Version 10.2. The software is typically …

Jersey project banks on steel

A new premises for the Royal Bank of Canada in St Helier, Jersey is making full use of steel construction by utilising 2,000t of steel, a total that includes …

On budget with cellular design

The latest phase of an on-going commercial development in Leeds has reaped the benefits of using a steel-framed solution incorporating cellular beams. Leeds …

Test on 15m Span Composite Cellular Beam

Mark Lawson and Eleftherios Aggelopoulos of the SCI and Dennis Lam of the University of Bradford present the results from a recent test carried out at the …

Big beams create energy plant for Welsh capital

Barnshaw Section Benders, working in conjunction with ASD Westok, has supplied some of the deepest cellular beams ever requested to Fisher Engineering for a …

Cellular beams help create development centre

An economical long span floor solution has been installed for the £40M Sainsbury Product Development Centre (PDC) at Ansty Park, Coventry. The PDC forms an …

News in Brief: November 2012

Barrett Steel has launched Barrett Offshore Tubes to provide a dedicated and focused service to the offshore market for oil, gas and renewable energy. As part …

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