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Steel answers sustainability

In the first article of a two-part series, NSC publishes five frequently asked questions on sustainability for the steel construction

William Hare achieves Carbon Zero certification

Steelwork contractor William Hare said it is the first UK fabricator to achieve the internationally accredited ISO 14064-1 Carbon Zero certification. William …

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 …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

Merit: Seventy Wilson, London

At 70 Wilson Street in London the internal space of a 1980s office building has been rationalised and two new storeys have been added – all with an efficient …

Steel passes university challenge

Structural steelwork is playing a pivotal role in the construction of Phase one of Ulster University’s new city centre campus. Phase one of Ulster …

Steel’s performance stays high in low inflation age

News that inflation fell to zero in February for the first time since records began will have come as a pleasant surprise to many, especially those who grew up …

Bridges carbon calculator

The BCSA and Tata Steel have commissioned Atkins to create an easy to use spreadsheet tool for calculating the carbon footprint of typical steel composite …

Steel posts green building for Royal Mail

A new 19,774m² Royal Mail hub and distribution centre, built by ProLogis in conjunction with Aviva Investors and featuring a number of green credentials, has …

The carbon footprint of steel

How the embodied carbon content of steel should be calculated using the system expansion method which is widely regarded as the most comprehensive formula. To …

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