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News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

River Carron communities connected by new bridge

A new steel composite bridge has been installed across the widest part of the River Carron near Falkirk; the first time this part of the river has ever been …

News in Brief – May 2016

BE Wedge [part of the Wedge Group] has played its part in the redevelopment of the fire-damaged Hastings pier in East Sussex by providing more than 15t of …

Former BCSA President awarded OBE

Cairnhill Structures Director and former BCSA President Jack Sanderson has been awarded an OBE for his services to the steel industry and the local Lanarkshire …

Bridge solutions for new railway

The UK’s newest railway is gearing up for service as steel bridges play their part in this groundbreaking project. Due to open in September, the construction …

Stations on track

Off-site construction has played a key role in the erection of steel structures at two new stations along Scotland’s newest railway line. Martin Cooper …

BCSA President welcomes MEP

Jack Sanderson, BCSA President, recently met Catherine Stihler Scottish MEP along with her colleagues Stephen O’Donnell (Political Advisor) and Pascale Lamb …

News in Brief – July/August 2009

Cairnhill Structures has taken delivery of a FICEP Close Coupled CNC Sawing and Drilling line, a system which includes high speed carbide drilling. The line …

Two more members join charter

The Steel Construction Sustainability Charter has recently added two more BCSA members to its list, bringing the total number of companies to have been …

Sustainability charter grows

Two more BCSA members, Conder Structures and International Paint, have been successfully audited under the Steel Construction Sustainability Charter. This …

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