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Car Park: Croydon

Since the regulations affecting car parks have been revised, it has been possible to build them from unprotected steel. This effects a considerable saving in …

Altrincham town centre being redeveloped with steel

Steel construction is progressing on the Chapel Square development in Altrincham town centre. Comprising two five-storey steel-framed apartment blocks and a …

Hotel checks in with steel frame

The expansion of facilities at the home of Leicester Tigers Rugby Union Club is continuing with the construction of a steel-framed hotel. FACT FILEHotel …

Steel creating Leicester’s Hotel Brooklyn

Approximately 750t of structural steelwork is being used to construct an hotel, which on completion will be linked to the adjacent Leicester Tigers Rugby Union …

Bourne Parking reaches a century of car parks

Bourne Parking (part of the Bourne Group) is currently constructing its 100th car park since the turn of the century. The Commons multi-storey car park in …

Major development for Rotherham submitted

Muse Developments has submitted an outline planning application to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council for the Forge Island mixed-use destination, which it …

Capital scheme

Optimising the number of floors within an overall city centre height limit led the design team to choose a steel-framed solution for Edinburgh’s Capital …

One hundred and out

The second of two commercial buildings sat on a former railway station podium in Salford is quickly taking shape. Martin Cooper reports. The 100 Embankment …

Capital regeneration

Numerous column grid patterns, requiring hundreds of tonnes of transfer structures, are helping to create a large retail-led mixed-use scheme in central …

Town centre revival

Steel construction is playing a vital role in Rochdale’s ambitious multi-million pound Riverside regeneration scheme. Martin Cooper reports. Financial woes …

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