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Severfield hosts first safety awards event

Held at The Grand Hotel and Spa in York, Severfield hosted its first-ever safety awards, which celebrated the highest standards of health, safety and …

Steel wins at BCO awards 2017

Steel-framed projects have been named as regional winners of the British Council for Offices [BCO] awards 2017. The new headquarters building in Wrexham for UK …

Student Awards

An aquatics centre containing multiple pools and an ice rink or single carriageway road bridge across a river were this year’s competition requirements. The …

Corus Student Awards

A low carbon school or a bridge to carry a single carriageway bypass over a valley were this year’s competition requirements. The 2010 Corus Student Design …

Glasgow hospital scoops third award

The new Stobhill Hospital in Glasgow has won the ‘Best Healthcare Building 2009’ at the Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) Awards, its third prestigious …

Success for steel projects at Structural Awards

The Infinity Footbridge which spans the River Tees at Stockton scooped the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence, as well as winning the Award …

Steel supports Stirling Prize winner

The winner of the 2008 Stirling Prize went to the architectural teams of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCB), Alison Brooks Associates (ABA) and Macreanor …

BREEAM awards green buildings

The greenest buildings in Wales were recognised in the first ever BREEAM Awards, specifically for the Principality, with two steel projects among the winners. …

Winners of architectural awards announced

At a ceremony held at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Ben Burley and Kyle Buchanan from Cambridge School of Architecture scooped the first …

Corus undergraduate design awards

This year’s competition involved designing either a bridge over a deep gorge or a high-level access building for a rollercoaster. The winners of this …

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