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Steel extends viaduct’s lifespan

The A38(M) Tame Valley Viaduct, a critical piece of transportation infrastructure that links the M6 with Birmingham city centre, is being strengthened and …

Painting a bright future

Overcoming challenging times, Jamestown continues to invest in its future and has recently commissioned a new blast tunnel and adjoining paint

Rising to the challenge

pt to numerous new challenges, such as border checks, custom declarations and associated transport issues that have arisen because of

Bespoke steelwork

NSC investigates the broad range of structural components frequently used on steel-framed

Erskine Bridge

There has been a ferry across the River Clyde between Erskine and Old Kilpatrick for centuries but the density of traffic has increased so much that one is now …

Jamestown – building for future strength

The steel industry is becoming more and more competitive and Jamestown says that in order to thrive now and in the future, it needs to constantly improve. …

Fabricating the Irwell Valley Bridge

The Irwell Valley Bridge is a single span road bridge, over 200 ft long, comprising seven trapezoidal box girders. Each girder was fabricated at the works in …

Award: The Ordsall Chord Viaduct

The Ordsall Chord Viaduct includes the first network arch bridge to be built in the UK, and the first asymmetric (tapering) network arch anywhere in the world. …

Bespoke structural components

NSC reports on fabricated structural components used in buildings and the capability and capacity required by producers of these items. Readers of NSC will be …

Continued success at Jamestown

Architects and engineers are having greater input through the constructional steelwork fabrication process on ‘higher-end’ projects says structural …


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