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Commitment to innovation with steel

Nick Barrett meets Paul Westbury of Buro Happold, an engineer who has helped design some of the most prestigious steel structures of the last 15 years. There …

A rational design approach to fire safety

Structural Fire Engineering, a rational and scientific approach to ensuring the safety of buildings, is increasingly popular, as delegates to a series of …

Medals for Olympian engineers

The Institution of Structural Engineers has awarded Gold Medals to Chris Wise, Co Founder of Expedition Engineering and Paul Westbury, CEO of Buro Happold, two …

Steel supports major Clydeside success

The latest in our occasional series of visits to completed projects takes Nick Barrett to Glasgow, where the Riverside Museum of transport is proving to be a …

Velodrome leads steel successes at Structural Awards

The London 2012 Velodrome (above) swept the board at the Structural Awards 2011 by winning the Supreme Award for Structural Engineering Excellence as well as …

Olympic authority unveils designs for 2012 stadium

The design for the eagerly awaited London Olympic Stadium has been made public by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA). The 80,000 seat, predominantly steel, …

News in Brief – October 2006

Seven managers from companies including Corus and Metsec who are participating in the Metals Industry Managing for Success pilot programme have recently …

Innovative crossing for Kew Gardens

London’s Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew has a new landmark bridge crossing one of its many landscaped lakes. The 70m-long bridge is called the Sackler Crossing …

A new generation hangar for Farnborough Airport

Farnborough airport, long the home of the famous air shows, is being re-developed as a business airport. TAG Aviation, the new owners, wanted hangars with a …

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