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Excellent offices for Belfast

One of Northern Ireland’s most important commercial developments is transforming a city centre area once renowned for

Steel progressing on Belfast office landmark

More than 700t of structural steelwork is being erected to form the 11-storey Paper Exchange commercial scheme in Belfast city centre. Working on behalf of …

Rising high

FACT FILECity Quays 3, BelfastMain client: Belfast HarbourArchitect: RPP ArchitectsMain contractor: FarransStructural engineer: Doran ConsultingSteelwork …

Commendation: Belfast Waterfront Conference & Exhibition Centre

The new steel-framed extension to the Belfast Waterfront provides an additional 7,000m² of floor space, which can facilitate up to 5,000 guests. Flexibility …

Commendation: Lagan Weir Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge, Belfast

Around 16,000 people every week now use Belfast’s new footbridge that connects Donegall Quay with Queens Quay. Early site investigations, both physical and …

Steel-framed conference centre opens in Belfast

Belfast’s conference and exhibition facilities have been significantly increased following the opening of the  £29.5M Waterfront steel-framed extension. …

Steelwork takes a bow at Irish venue

A steel-framed extension to the Belfast Waterfront conference and entertainment venue is the biggest single project in the city’s £150M investment …

Steel passes university challenge

Structural steelwork is playing a pivotal role in the construction of Phase one of Ulster University’s new city centre campus. Phase one of Ulster …

Steel boost for Belfast regeneration

Planning consent has been granted for the second steel framed building within architect Grimshaw’s City Quays master plan for Belfast Harbour’s Clarendon …

Campus to usher in new era for Belfast

Steel erection has begun on the University of Ulster’s £250M Belfast City Campus. Professor Richard Barnett, the University’s Vice Chancellor said: “The …

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