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Bridge adds to Cambridge walking and cycling trail

The Abbey Chesterton Bridge has been lifted into place, completing a significant milestone in the delivery of the Chisholm Trail walking and cycling route in …

Peak development

Cambridge’s tallest office block will form the centrepiece of the city’s ambitious CB1 master plan. Cambridge is currently a hive of construction activity, …

Offices armed with steel design

A renowned high-tech multinational company is expanding its Cambridge headquarters with the construction of a new office facility. Currently under construction …

An intriguing sports pavilion design

When designing the sports pavilion and club house for a Cambridge firm the architects felt that if a sense of recreation and release were to be achieved the …

SCI members day focuses on sustainability

‘A step change in sustainability’ was the theme of the latest Steel Construction Institute (SCI) annual event held at the London Transport Museum. The …

50 Years Ago: The New Cambridge University Press

Low cost, high speed of erection and light weight were among the principal considerations which led to the choice of structural steelwork for the two large …

SSDA 2011 – The Hauser Forum, Cambridge

Incorporating a strikingly large cantilever over an adjacent water feature, the Hauser Forum project has used structural steelwork to achieve all of its …

Smart building aims for excellence

Forming part of a multi-million pound project, an innovative teaching and workshop centre aimed at supporting low carbon enterprises is making use of a number …

Fast track college revamp relies on steel

Huntingdonshire Regional College in Cambridgeshire will soon be the recipient of a new glazed entrance hall as well as an enhanced main facade. The £1.9M fast …

Foundations laid for low carbon economy

A new £2.6M resources centre in Cambridge will help speed up growth of the low carbon economy in the east of England. Currently under construction, the steel …

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