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Steel production at former TV studio

The redevelopment of the old Granada Television Studios in Manchester is now in full swing, as the steelwork completes on one of the scheme’s new office …

Redevelopment of Granada TV studios underway

Once the home of Granada Television (later ITV Granada), Manchester’s famous TV studios are being redeveloped into a new mixed-use scheme and steelwork is …

Steel frames civic pride

Sunderland’s new City Hall is the latest project on a large regeneration scheme, which is transforming a former brewery site into a mixed-use neighbourhood. …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Contractor named for Jenga hotel

Bowmer + Kirkland has been appointed as main contractor on the £35M ‘Jenga-style’ hotel project in Manchester. Developer Capital & Centric …

Bespoke design for city gateway

Steel-framed commercial buildings, each with their own individual design, are taking centre stage on a multi-million-pound development in Salford. Martin …

Steel completes at Sheffield’s New Era development

Working on behalf of main contractor Bowmer + Kirkland, Shipley Structures has completed the steelwork erection for the two buildings that constitute phase two …

News in Brief: November/December 2019

Steelwork contractor Taunton Fabrications has picked up two awards at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain Awards ceremony. The company was nominated in …

Creating a landmark

Using a steel frame solution has helped form the flexible long-span floorplates required for a Manchester city centre commercial development. Strong levels of …

Manchester city centre landmark formed in steel

Containing 1,800t of structural steelwork, a Manchester city centre commercial development, known as the Landmark, is rapidly taking shape. Due to complete …

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