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Steelwork branches out

The centrepiece for a spectacular city centre garden event was five fully-demountable and reusable steel-framed

Plans revealed for Birmingham logistics park expansion

Developer Prologis and Coltham Developments have announced that they plan to expand Prologis Park Midpoint, Birmingham, to provide more urban logistics …

Aston Villa plans to increase stadium to over 50,000-capacity

Premier League Aston Villa Football Club has launched a pre-application planning consultation on the first phase of its long-term vision for Villa Park and the …

Planning permission granted for latest Paradise Birmingham scheme

The £1.2bn Paradise Birmingham project has received planning approval from the city council for a new 10-storey commercial building – the fourth office …

West Midlands’ largest single-span railway bridge installed

Network Rail and Skanska have installed the largest single-span rail bridge in the West Midlands on the Stechford to Aston line. The new bridge, fabricated by …

News in Brief June 2022

St. Modwen Logistics has received the internationally recognised RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Gold Health and Safety Award for …

Sustainable warehouse planned for St Modwen’s Longbridge development

St. Modwen Logistics, a leading logistics developer and manager, said it has boosted the regeneration of Longbridge, Birmingham and surrounding areas with a …

Second city paradise

e steel-framed 13-storey One Centenary Way is the first building to be constructed in phase two of Birmingham’s Paradise

Steel the ideal hospitals prescription

The National Health Service (NHS) and the construction industry are gearing up to deliver the biggest hospital investment programme for a generation. Steel …

Steel hits the right note

Specifically designed for the digital age, the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s new state-of-the-art home is the first purpose-built music college to be …

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