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News in Brief – November 2015

EMO Milan 2015 (World of Metalworking) was the launch pad for Ficep’s latest CNC high-speed drilling line known as Rapid. The company said the new drilling …

Steel in service for community centre

A steel frame has given a local church and its parishioners the community facility they were praying for. Church and community groups in Stoke Gifford, Bristol …

Steel beats the drum

Feature steelwork is playing a crucial part in the construction of an eye-catching addition to one of Bristol’s most historic squares. In the 18th century …

Sympathetic construction for Bristol development

Work is progressing on 66 Queen Square in Bristol, a new five-storey commercial office building being constructed by Skanska in one of the city’s prime …

Composites centre takes shape with steel

A multi million pound extension to the National Composites Centre (NCC) in Bristol is nearing completion due to steelwork’s ease and speed of construction. …

Cellular beams create Airbus headquarters

ASD Westok has worked closely with consulting engineers Ramboll to successfully deliver 500t of cellular beams for the Airbus Office project in Bristol. The …

Framing hospital excellence

A new 800 bed acute hospital is rapidly taking shape in north Bristol, a project which is making use of more than 6,000t of structural steelwork and aiming to …

Hospital aims for excellence

A new 800 bed acute hospital is rapidly taking shape in north Bristol, a project which is making use of more than 6,000t of structural steelwork and aiming to …

Students show innovation in steel design

The 2011 Tata Steel/BCSA Student Awards, organised by the Steel Construction Institute and supported by the Institution of Structural Engineers and the …

SSDA 2009 – Cabot Circus Roof, Broadmead, Bristol

Bristol’s new £500M mixed-use development incorporates a unique collection of slender gridshell and barrel vaulted glass roofs. The Cabot Circus retail …

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