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Preferred bidder chosen for Cardiff indoor arena

Cardiff Council has identified Live Nation as its preferred bidder for a new 15,000-capacity indoor arena in Cardiff Bay. The new venue will cost around £150M …

Cardiff Arms Park

When rugby is in the lifeblood of a nation it needs fine stadia for important matches. Mr J. F. James here describes the new stands being raised at the Arms …

BBC design show

Exposed architectural steelwork will play a leading role at the new BBC Wales headquarters in Cardiff. Martin Cooper reports. The multi-million pound Central …

BBC Wales opts for a steel-framed HQ

More than 2,000t of structural steelwork will be fabricated, supplied and erected by Severfield for the new BBC Wales Broadcasting House in Cardiff. The scheme …

Steel scores for stadium upgrade

Steelwork played a central role in allowing Cardiff City’s stadium to remain open throughout the construction of a new upper tier to its Ninian Stand. …

Steelwork completes Cardiff flue decoration

Caunton Engineering has completed the erection of an architectural steel flue stack support for the new £180M energy from waste (EfW) plant at Trident Park in …

Tata Steel and BCSA to host essential seminars

A new series of Steel Essentials seminars has been scheduled for this autumn at venues in Cardiff, London, Leeds and Edinburgh. The seminars provide an …

Big beams create energy plant for Welsh capital

Barnshaw Section Benders, working in conjunction with ASD Westok, has supplied some of the deepest cellular beams ever requested to Fisher Engineering for a …

Corus Student Awards

A low carbon school or a bridge to carry a single carriageway bypass over a valley were this year’s competition requirements. The 2010 Corus Student Design …

Bluebirds kick off season in new home

Championship side Cardiff City (the Bluebirds) started the current football season in a new 26,800 all-seater stadium. Completed this summer by a project team …

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