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SSDA Commendation: RISE, Belfast

The largest piece of public art in Northern Ireland, the RISE sculpture threw up a number of challenges, not least an erection programme in the middle of a …

Steel raises the Belfast skyline

Designed by artist Wolfgang Buttress, a new 37.5m high steel sculpture is currently taking shape in Belfast city centre. Working on behalf of main contractor …

Steel frame facilitates high-tech production

Bombardier has completed the first phase of a new factory for the production and assembly of high-tech wings for its C-series aircraft. NSC reports on how a …

College kickstarts Titanic scheme

Belfast’s once thriving shipyards, now rechristened the Titanic Quarter, are in the midst of a major redevelopment with a new college one of the first …

SSDA 2008 – Belfast Campus, University of Ulster

The extension to the Belfast Campus was conceived as a landmark structure and has made a significant contribution to the regeneration of the city’s …

Steel footbridge for Belfast’s Westlink

Fisher Engineering has erected a new steel footbridge over Belfast’s Westlink motorway to provide pedestrian access between the city centre and the Royal …

Ovals hit the aesthetic benchmark

The use of concrete filled oval sections for the construction of a cinema’s facade not only allowed for an airy and light open area but also provided the …

Fisher completes truss movement

Many of Belfast’s city centre streets were recently closed over two weekend nights as seven large steel trusses were transported from the Harland & Wolff …

Trusses create Belfast collision free zone

Use of a shipyard for fabricating trusses has enabled the construction team to meet a tight construction programme on a major commercial and retail …

Steel helps Belfast retail fit out

Seven huge 100t trusses are being fabricated at Harland & Wolff’s shipyard in Belfast by steelwork contractor Fisher Engineering Limited for a major new …

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