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Power boost from bio-energy

Ireland’s investment in green energy and waste solutions continues with the construction of a renewable bio-energy plant near Dublin. Creating greener …

Distribution centre offers more access

Avonmouth Access 18, one of the South West’s largest distribution parks, continues to expand as developer St. Modwen constructs the largest speculative …

Commendation: The Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre

The Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre is the largest new build residential heat network in Europe, saving over 20,000 tonnes of carbon every year. …

On the water

A steel-framed structure, that sits above an east London dock, has benefitted from using a weathering steel base as its all-important lowest level. Sat on …

Academic design exposed

A famous London seat of learning has chosen to use an aesthetically-pleasing exposed steel frame for its latest redevelopment project. Martin Cooper reports. …

Shoppers’ beacon

A nautical themed shopping centre extension is set to reinvigorate Eastbourne town centre. Martin Cooper reports. A new name, new shops, new restaurants and a …

Shape shifter

Transforming from a parallelogram at its base to a rectangle at the top, the 40-storey 100 Bishopsgate project is the City of London’s latest stand-out …

Commendation: Watermark Westquay Footbridge, Southampton

Spanning a busy road, this landmark footbridge connects the new Watermark retail centre with an existing car park. Having rejected earlier design options, Sir …

Trusses span sporting haven

A series of storey-high trusses create the transfer deck between a leisure centre and a residential scheme in London. Replacing a number of old Victorian …

An introduction to light gauge steel

Whether it is purlins, side rails, walling, composite panels or built up cladding solutions, light gauge steel products are utilised across multiple building …

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