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President’s Column: March 2020

Sorry to start on a gloomy note, but I’m dismayed to read on a regular basis that main and specialist contractors are going under or in difficulty. These are …

Frame completes on latest King’s Cross commercial block

The latest steel-framed building to top-out at the large King’s Cross development is Building S2, situated on Handyside Street. Already fully let, the …

Bridge opens up King’s Cross development

A new pedestrian and cycle bridge that spans the Regent’s Canal in the heart of London’s King’s Cross development has been officially opened. Designed by …

Bridging the granite city’s bypass

A total of eight steel composite bridges are being constructed as a vital component of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. Covering a distance of 58km, the …

Design first for commercial scheme

Standout architectural features have driven the steel design for an anchor commercial block at Manchester’s First Street development. Martin Cooper reports. …

Cast iron challenge

A steelwork contractor’s expertise has been used to re-erect three Listed Victorian cast iron gasholders. Martin Cooper reports. Three cast iron Victorian …

Former gas works site reborn with steel

A seven-storey steel-framed office and retail building is the latest structure to take shape at the First Street Development in central Manchester. Located on …

Bridging the A1 gap

Eight steel composite bridges are being installed as part of the A1 upgrade in North Yorkshire. As the only section of non-motorway on the strategic M1/A1(M) …

Historic gas holders return to Kings Cross

Three Victorian cast iron gas holders have been refurbished and are now being re-erected as part of a residential development at Kings Cross, London. Bourne …

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