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Offices initiate town centre regeneration

Two steel-framed office blocks represent the first phase of a masterplan that will transform Birkenhead town centre over the next 15

Milestone reached on east London’s Rowe project

BAM has topped out at the Rowe in Whitechapel, a new 12-storey project that includes a retained 1960s façade. Originally built as a textile factory, and more …

Recipe box retailer buys into St Modwen logistics park

St Modwen Logistics has signed a deal with recipe box retailer, Gousto, to deliver a 27,400m2 steel-framed fulfilment centre at St. Modwen Park Burton. The …

Carbon neutral means Excellence

Sustainability is at the heart of the NOMA mixed-use scheme in Manchester as the latest steel-framed office development is aiming for a BREEAM ’Excellent’ …

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

Sustainable warehouse planned for St Modwen’s Longbridge development

St. Modwen Logistics, a leading logistics developer and manager, said it has boosted the regeneration of Longbridge, Birmingham and surrounding areas with a …

Steel checks in for Grosvenor Square hotel project

Working on behalf of main contractor Multiplex, Severfield is currently fabricating, supplying and erecting the steelwork a new hotel project housed in the …

News in Brief – April 2022

Planning permission has been granted to transform the vacant Debenhams department store in the centre of Gloucester into a new sustainable City Campus for …

Excellent offices for Belfast

One of Northern Ireland’s most important commercial developments is transforming a city centre area once renowned for

Steel highlights at commercial redevelopment

A well-known building in east London is undergoing a refurbishment programme that includes upgrading its existing six floors and adding a six-storey …

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