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Steel construction sector remembers Colin Taylor

Colin Taylor who was instrumental in helping to develop the design standards for structural steelwork died on 5th February 2020 at the age of 84. He was born …

Revision to first aid kit standard

A new British Standard for the provision of first aid within the workplace will come into force this month (January 2012). A provisional standard has been in …

BCSA launches CE Marked NSSS

A fully CE Marked version of the fifth edition of the National Structural Steelwork Specification (NSSS) for Building Construction was launched at BCSA’s …

British Standards to remain in place in Scotland

British Standards, such as BS 5950, can continue to be used in Scotland after 31 March 2010. Following a meeting between the BCSA President Jack Sanderson and …

British Standards

The BCSA has reminded its membership that next month (March) BSI will withdraw all British Standards that conflict with the Eurocodes. A full list of …

British Standards to be withdrawn in favour of Eurocodes

In March 2010 the BSI will withdraw all those British Standards that conflict with the European design standards – the Eurocodes – and replace them …

British Standards can be used beyond 2010

The BCSA has issued a memo to all members regarding a marketing circular being promoted by the British Standards Institute (BSI), that states four steel …

Industry calls for longer Eurocodes transition period

Government has conceded that the proposed overlap period between introducing Eurocodes and withdrawing British Standards can be extended if there is wide …

April 2007 – Worldwide admiration for UK steel

The UK’s constructional steelwork sector is the marvel of the world. Well you knew you were good, go on admit it, but to hear it at the BCSA National Dinner …

New European standard for fabrication and erection

From early 2008 a new European standard for the fabrication and erection of steel structures, known as EN 1090-2, is set to replace the current British …

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