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Powering ahead

New steelwork construction and an extensive restoration programme are transforming Battersea Power Station into a huge multi-use destination, which will be the …

Steelwork performs complex circus act

A central London mixed-use development that contains an urban gallery and a basement auditorium is being constructed around a number of site constraints …

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 …

West End addition

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is an eight-storey steel-framed office block which will help to further enhance the area’s …

Steel insures City tower

A steel-framed 19-storey office development is the latest high-rise addition to the City of London’s insurance district. Martin Cooper reports. The …

Circus feat

A new commercial development on Finsbury Circus in the City of London has thrown-up a number of unique challenges, reports Martin Cooper. Overlooking the City …

Birmingham’s tallest office tower given the green light by city planners

A steel frame has been chosen for a 26-storey tower in Birmingham that will be the city’s tallest building. Situated at 103 Colmore Row, the Doone Silver …

Steel supports power station project

Steel contractor Adey Steel will soon begin work to fabricate and install more than 700t of façade retention steelwork at Lots Road power station in Chelsea, …

Commendation – Heathrow Terminal 2B

Terminal 2B is a satellite pier for the new Heathrow Terminal 2 development and the first UK airport facility to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’. …

Research centre chooses steel

Long spans and the ease of internal reconfiguration over the life of the building were key reasons for choosing a steel solution for a research facility in …

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