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Steel completes on diagrid landmark office scheme

Structural steelwork has been completed on Four New Bailey, a 10-storey office development in Salford, which has been let to telecommunications giant BT as its …

Landscraper takes shape

Numerous steel design and installation challenges have been overcome for the construction of a unique and highly flexible office building in King’s Cross, …

Offices initiate town centre regeneration

Two steel-framed office blocks represent the first phase of a masterplan that will transform Birkenhead town centre over the next 15

Steel-framed offices achieve outstanding aims

The EQ project in Bristol aims to be one of the city’s first new-build commercial developments to commit to target carbon net-zero in operation in accordance …

Steel supports gardens for Eden

The 12-storey Eden office block, the latest steel-framed development at Salford’s New Bailey, will be adorned with full-height living walls and is said to be …

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 …

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