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President’s Column: July/August 2021

On the 24th June, the BCSA held its AGM in London, I was voted in to serve another year. At times like this it is only natural to reflect on the last year in …

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 …

President’s Column: March 2021

Brexit and COVID-19 combined were always going to make life very difficult in a heavily saturated market. Although market conditions are still challenging, …

Steel ready to lead towards sustainable future

Construction, like much of industry, is still on the back foot after a year when the only surprise is that COVID-19 and Brexit didn’t do as much economic …

SCCS now UKAS accredited to offer UKCA certification

CE marking is now familiar to most construction professionals and continues for products placed on the EU market, which includes the Republic of Ireland. …

President’s Column: January 2021

At the time of writing this article (7th December), we don’t know whether we will have a Brexit deal or perhaps yet another transition extension. What has …

Challenging times meet interesting solutions

The background to this final issue of NSC for 2020 is fundamentally different to anything that could have been expected by most of us at the start of the year: …

New Presidential appointments at the BCSA

At its recently held AGM, the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) elected Mark Denham, Chairman and Managing Director of Elland Steel …

Supplying the sector

Steel stockholders play a vital part in the steel construction supply chain, ensuring the market is supplied with what it needs when it is needed. From an …

Drawing a lesson from education

It shouldn’t come as any surprise that immediately after a major event like the historic UK withdrawal from the European Community opinions are divided on …

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