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News in Brief July/August 2022

Severfield has reported a resilient performance for the 12-month period ending 26 March 2022, with an 11% revenue increase and profit before tax also up by the …

Contractor appointed for Middleton College expansion

Caddick Construction has secured an £8.1M project to deliver a 1,393m2 extension, alongside the refurbishment of the Henry West Building, Technology Centre …

Steel rises on new Yorkshire distribution centre

Working on behalf of Caddick Construction, Caunton Engineering is fabricating, supplying and erecting 1,600t of steelwork for a £50M distribution centre near …

Retail boost for Cumbria

A steel framing solution has provided a new retail development in Carlisle with the required open-plan floor space and a quick construction programme. Retail …

News in Brief: October 2019

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has announced that Dr David Moore, currently Director of Engineering has accepted the position of Chief …

News in Brief: March 2019

Forming an integral part of a road realignment scheme, Nusteel Structures has fabricated and delivered a 50m-long × 3m-wide cycle and pedestrian bridge that …

Steel drives car showroom design

The ability to create long clear spans, as well as its speed of construction, are some of the reasons why steelwork is the ideal framing solution for car …

Steel frames complete at Trafford Park

Two steel frames with a combined tonnage of 800t have been erected for a flagship Williams Group retail centre for new and approved used vehicles. Situated on …

Steel crosses the try line

One of the UK’s most iconic sporting venues, and the only one with a back-to-back grandstand, is being redeveloped with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

Stands up for Headingley rugby ground

A new 7,721-capacity south stand at Headingley rugby league ground, home of Leeds Rhinos, is nearing completion. The steel-framed structure will have 2,233 …

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