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Steel extension uncorks more wine storage space

Farrans Construction is building a £10M warehouse for The Wine Society that will enable the company to increase its storage capacity from 7.6 million bottles …

Ferry terminal docks on River Mersey

The Isle of Man Government is investing in a new ferry terminal to serve one of its vital sea links to the United Kingdom. Martin Cooper reports from

Fabsec Firebeam license available to design engineers

Fabsec cellular beam designer has announced that its Firebeam (FBEAM) Software is now available to all design engineers. Designing plate girders for the fire …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Steel highlights at commercial redevelopment

A well-known building in east London is undergoing a refurbishment programme that includes upgrading its existing six floors and adding a six-storey …

Repurposing a landmark

Forming part of the wider redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall, a structurally-independent steel-framed film and television studio is being constructed …

Commercial extension

Two existing office blocks that span over some of London Victoria’s busiest railway lines are both being enlarged with new steel-framed floors.

Steel ushers in region’s biggest property deal

BREEAM ‘Excellent’ office building is one of the initial schemes to get underway as part of the latest phase of work at the fast-expanding Thorpe Park …

Steel creates leisure and care hub

Structural steelwork is playing a major role in the construction of the multi-million-pound Allander Leisure and Day Care Centre in the East Dunbartonshire …

Fabsec and Bentley Systems form design software partnership

Fabsec FBEAM software is now synchronised with Bentley System’s RAM Structural System following the formation of a strategic partnership. The new partnership …

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