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FACT FILECity Quays 3, BelfastMain client: Belfast HarbourArchitect: RPP ArchitectsMain contractor: FarransStructural engineer: Doran ConsultingSteelwork …

Flexible spaces created with steel

Sport, leisure and community facilities in the Buckinghamshire town of Amersham are set to get a significant boost when the steel-framed Chiltern Lifestyle …

Steel frames civic pride

Sunderland’s new City Hall is the latest project on a large regeneration scheme, which is transforming a former brewery site into a mixed-use neighbourhood. …

New Tekla Structural Designer update features Fabsec link

A new partnership between Trimble and Fabsec in the UK has resulted in the launch of a bi-directional link between Trimble’s latest Tekla Structural Designer …

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

Creative highlights

A large mixed-use scheme, with office space geared towards the creative industries, will transform a swathe of land on the edge of London’s Soho district, …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

Jamestown’s safety and people strategy

Building on the foundations of a strong performance through 2019, Jamestown continues to invest in both plant and people as it pushes forward into 2020. …

Creative space aplenty at new Soho development

Soho Estates’ new Ilona Rose House Development is transforming a large swathe of land between London’s Charing Cross Road and Greek Street into a new …

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