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Spans provide economy

A distribution centre on the outskirts of Bradford is set to help revitalise the local economy by creating thousands of new jobs. NSC reports from one of the …

Building blocks in place for BSF school

Steelwork has been completed for the new educational block at Washington’s Biddick School Sports College. The project forms part of Sunderland City …

SSDA 2009 – Ryanair Maintenance & Training Hangar, Stansted

With a clear span of 125m Ryanair’s new cavernous hangar can accommodate up to five Boeing 737s. Not far from Stansted’s main runway and within sight of …

Retail efficiency

The redevelopment of B&Q’s main headquarters has begun with the erection of a large office, laboratory and car park structure. For maximum efficiency and …

A slice of the action for steel

A steel framed solution was the answer for a new production and office building for Domino’s Pizza, where 60m long internal spans were a requirement. The …

School for the future

Employing a steelwork contractor on a design and build contract has paid dividends on an innovative school project in Sunderland. Sunderland City Council is …

Steel schools for Sunderland

Barrett Steel Buildings is working on four Sunderland schools for the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) scheme with main contractor Balfour Beatty. The …

Double truss ready for take off

Barrett Steel Buildings has lifted the first of four 125m-long steel trusses on a design and build contract for the roof of a new maintenance hangar at …

Playing by the Merton rule

A new superstore in south west London has been designed to comply with local legislation that requires new non-residential buildings to generate a percentage …

Steelwork contractor reduces carbon footprint

Barrett Steel Buildings has an- nounced a 10% business footprint reduction and a manufacturing reduction of 7%, after measuring its overall carbon footprints …

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