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High-level steelwork completes on London residential towers

Forming external rooftop plant enclosures, high-level steelwork erection has been completed on two of London’s tallest residential towers. Working on behalf …

Skanska’s central London scheme reaches summit

Main contractor Skanska said its steel-framed Earnshaw Building in St Giles, central London, has reached the highest point of construction. The development …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Museum displays steel frame

Described as one of the world’s most significant cultural projects, the Victoria and Albert Museum is currently constructing two new sites in east London as …

Retain and rebuild

FACT FILE1-4 Marble Arch, LondonMain client: Portman EstateArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main contractor: Galliford TryStructural engineer: AKT …

V&A East begins to take shape at Olympic Park

Structural steelwork has begun to be installed on the V&A East project, which will create two interconnected sites in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. …

Crowning glory

A signature steel roof, known as the halo, creates an architectural highlight of a 25-storey London residential tower.

Prestigious central London mixed-use scheme completes

Make Architects said it has completed Derwent London’s largest-ever project, a mixed-use scheme combining reuse and new build elements to provide 30,000m2 of …

Hybrid design creates landmark structure

A new steel frame, combined with retained concrete elements, both of which reuse existing foundations, is helping to create an economically-designed commercial …

Steel projects star at 2020 BCO awards

Projects that used a steel-framed solution have won accolades at this year’s British Council for Offices (BCO) annual awards. Split into five regions …

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