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Carbon neutral means Excellence

Sustainability is at the heart of the NOMA mixed-use scheme in Manchester as the latest steel-framed office development is aiming for a BREEAM ’Excellent’ …

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 landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Steel highlights at commercial redevelopment

A well-known building in east London is undergoing a refurbishment programme that includes upgrading its existing six floors and adding a six-storey …

University research hub gets steel staircase

Work is progressing at Cardiff University where a Translational Research Hub (TRH) is being constructed by Bouygues. Designed by HOK’s London Studio, the TRH …

Building for future health

As featured on television, a logistically-challenging site in the middle of two London hospitals has utilised steel construction to build a new five-storey …

Steel forms City’s sustainable tower

An evolving design and high sustainability credentials have both been key ingredients for 8 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s latest landmark high-rise …

Steel production at former TV studio

The redevelopment of the old Granada Television Studios in Manchester is now in full swing, as the steelwork completes on one of the scheme’s new office …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Signature structure highlights regeneration

Spanning an important London underground station and featuring an architecturally-detailed exposed steel frame, 21 Moorfields is a feat of engineering. Martin …

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