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Steelwork arrives at new station

Safety concerns and technical challenges have been overcome with the use of prefabricated steel elements for the main building and footbridge at the new Green …

Leisure boost

Structural steelwork is providing all of the answers for the construction of a state-of-the-art BREEAM ‘Excellent’ replacement leisure centre in

Ferry terminal docks on River Mersey

The Isle of Man Government is investing in a new ferry terminal to serve one of its vital sea links to the United Kingdom. Martin Cooper reports from

Steel provides leisure boost

The need for long spans, and a flexible and economic design, meant a steel-framed solution was chosen for a new leisure centre in

AD 432: Wind loads on building canopies

The purpose of this AD note is to direct designers’ attention to PD 6688-1-4 as a source of design loads on building canopies and useful data and guidance …

Improved parking

Two steel-framed car parks in Sussex are forming integral elements of large developments that will reshape a town centre and a university campus. The West …

Airport transformation takes flight

A steel-framed terminal extension building, featuring internal spans of up to 36m, is the centrepiece of Manchester Airport’s Transformation programme. …

Steel creates stand-out campus

Overlooking a Scottish Borders town, an architecturally-impressive school campus has been constructed with a steel framing solution. Three existing schools in …

Eastern Gateway

Huge quantities of steelwork and vast amounts of earthmoving are involved in the creation of one of the UK’s first inland ports, which will offer half a …

Steel creates sporting legacy

A value-engineered and highly efficient steel-framed sports hub will help the University of Warwick achieve its ambitious physical activity targets. Due to …

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