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Jamestown – building for future strength

The steel industry is becoming more and more competitive and Jamestown says that in order to thrive now and in the future, it needs to constantly improve. …

BCSA issues CE Marking reminder

After receiving reports of some steelwork contractors continuing to operate without CE Marking, the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has …

Steel connections get CE Marking

Lindapter has gained CE Mark approvals for its latest range of steel connection systems, which it said further demonstrates its commitment to high quality …

Challenges rising on President’s watch

Meeting the challenges of continuous change and uncertainty is the day-to-day business of senior management, but new BCSA President Tim Outteridge is becoming …

Building Consequence Classes and the link to Execution Classes

Richard Henderson of the SCI discusses the evolution of Building Consequence Classes and the link between them and Execution Classes of structures. The …

A world-class steel fabrication service

Responding positively to rapid technological advances and rising customer expectations ensured that Steel for Life Headline sponsor Jamestown thrived despite …

Aluminum foundry relies on steel

An important foundry that will produce components for the UK’s car manufacturing industry is being erected by Caunton Engineering. The aluminum casting …

Fasteners and Bolts

Structural bolts are one of the key elements of a steel frame and their manufacturers and suppliers form an important part of the steel construction supply …

Steel raises the roof on M&S car park

Curved steelwork has played an important role in the construction of a car park for one of the largest Marks & Spencer stores in the UK. Part of the £70M …

Advice on curved steel sections issued by Kent County Council

Kent County Council (KCC) has issued Primary Authority assured advice in relation to the CE Marking of curved steel sections that are manufactured using an …

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