newsteelconstruction.com

NSC Archives

Tag Archives

Steel on call for ambulance centre

A steel-framed solution is being utilised for the South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust’s new multi-purpose ambulance, 999 and NHS 111 …

Railway extension on time with steel

The longest spans of the 1.5km-long Barking Riverside Viaduct, which is a vital component of a new railway extension, have been formed with structural …

Steel frame completes masterplan

Structural steelwork has ticked all of the boxes for the successful completion of the final distribution centre at ICON

Major West Midlands regeneration scheme set to start

One of the largest regeneration projects in the West Midlands has taken a step forward after property developer HBD exchanged contracts with Walsall Council …

Town centre revival

Steel construction is playing a vital role in Rochdale’s ambitious multi-million pound Riverside regeneration scheme. Martin Cooper reports. Financial woes …

Selecting steel defines success

Building on brownfield sites is being championed by a new campaign from the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) as a way to ensure enough land can be …

Project of the Year: Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre

This BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rated facility comprises 165,000m² of production space, offices, social support areas and a community educational centre, making …

Energy solution

Steel-framed structures house the main processing areas for a new renewable energy plant in Kent. With the demise of traditional coal-burning power stations …

Ashford town centre project set to kick-off

Construction work on a town centre cinema and hotel project in Ashford, Kent is set to start in the coming months after developer Stanhope selected Lendlease …

Campus by the sea takes shape

The £450M Bay Campus development in Swansea is rapidly taking shape with the help of steel construction. Developer St Modwen and Swansea University, along …

THIS MONTH’S MAGAZINE

Untitled Page

Click on the cover to view this month's issue as a digimag.

Archives