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Contractor named for latest City of London tower

Skanska has won a £240M contract to construct 20 Ropemaker Street in Central London for its customer, Great Elm Assets, in association with Old Park Lane …

Signature structure highlights regeneration

Spanning an important London underground station and featuring an architecturally-detailed exposed steel frame, 21 Moorfields is a feat of engineering. Martin …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

Plans in for Museum of London’s Smithfield cultural centre

The Museum of London has submitted a planning application to the City of London Corporation to transform a campus of market buildings in West Smithfield into a …

History lesson

The need to preserve and exhibit Roman remains has dictated the design and configuration of a steel transfer structure that supports a new student …

City benchmark

Open-plan floorplates, a spiralling atrium and landscaped terraces are just some of the features of 80 Fenchurch Street, one of the City’s latest commercial …

Trusses provide towering support

The centrepiece of a central London mixed-use development is two residential towers supported on a series of 15 steel trusses. A prestigious mixed-use scheme …

Go-ahead for Farringdon landmark office scheme

Plans for a prestigious 13-storey office development, designed by tp Bennett are set to go ahead after the City of London gave it full approval. Construction …

Latest images show City of London’s evolving skyline

The City of London Corporation has released updated images of how its City Cluster skyline will look in 2026, assuming six further towers are built. The City …

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra …

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