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Leisure boost

Structural steelwork is providing all of the answers for the construction of a state-of-the-art BREEAM ‘Excellent’ replacement leisure centre in

Sky’s the limit

tructural steelwork has taken a leading role in the construction of Sky Studios Elstree, where long column-free flexible spaces are in demand. Martin Cooper …

Jetties provide haul road access for the viaduct construction, keeping trucks off the road

Temporary steel jetties with a total weight of 5,000t, spanning four lakes, are playing an integral role in the construction of HS2’s Colne Valley

Repurposing a landmark

Forming part of the wider redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall, a structurally-independent steel-framed film and television studio is being constructed …

Trusses support super Nova at Victoria

The second phase of the Nova development in central London is once again using structural steelwork’s numerous attributes for the 17-storey n2 commercial …

Lights, camera, action!

Work has been completed on two steel-framed purpose-built studios that will help Liverpool realise its ambition to make itself the go-to city in the UK for the …

Steel creates stand-out campus

Overlooking a Scottish Borders town, an architecturally-impressive school campus has been constructed with a steel framing solution. Three existing schools in …

Three up in second city

The third of three steel-framed office blocks in Snowhill, Birmingham, is one of the UK’s largest speculative office developments to be constructed outside …

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 …

Commendation: STIHL Treetop Walkway, Westonbirt, the National Arboretum

At 300m-long the walkway is the longest structure of its kind in the UK; set in the beautiful Grade 1 historic Victorian landscape, it provides visitors with a …

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