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Sheds perform increasingly vital role

Sheds have become acknowledged as providing a crucial link in the UK’s supply chain as the pace of structural change in retail is accelerated by the COVID-19 …

Steel frame completes on Lidl headquarters

More than 1,400t of structural steelwork has been erected to form the new headquarters for Lidl GB in Tolworth, south west London. Working on behalf of Winvic …

High-performance solution

In 2018, ArcelorMittal launched the Steligence® concept to facilitate the next generation of high-performance buildings and construction techniques for its …

Go-ahead for Farringdon landmark office scheme

Plans for a prestigious 13-storey office development, designed by tp Bennett are set to go ahead after the City of London gave it full approval. Construction …

Ice cold frame

A steel frame has proven to be the only viable solution for a cold storage facility near Peterborough.   A £10M, 5,667m2 cold storage facility for national …

Banking on steel

The latest steel-framed office tower at Canary Wharf features a sloping western façade as well as a flexible design based around cellular beams.  London’s …

Commercial addition for St James’s redevelopment

The latest scheme in London’s ongoing St James’s redevelopment is the eight-storey steel-framed Duke’s Court office block which will help to further …

Steel construction the smart choice

The steel construction sector was well placed to respond to the government’s objectives to make the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) widespread …

Frame up for Manchester Airport Amazon warehouse

Working on behalf of main contractor McLaren Construction, Caunton Engineering has designed, supplied and erected 1,500t of structural steelwork for a new …

News in Brief: November 2014

A new City of London office tower, 52 Lime Street (dubbed the Scalpel), has been awarded the first-ever BREEAM UK New Construction 2014 certificate for …

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