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City’s tallest tower

Known as Twentytwo, the City of London’s latest signature commercial building will be head and shoulders above all others in the square mile. Martin Cooper …

Merit: Walkway Bridges, London Wall Place

During the construction of the London Wall Place (LWP) development some of the existing Barbican Highwalks had to be removed as part of the demolition and …

Steelwork rises on Broadgate redevelopment

Work is progressing on the 100 Liverpool Street project which forms part of the wider Broadgate redevelopment scheme in the City of London. The project will …

Cheesegrater 2 gets the green light

Plans to build a tower block dubbed Cheesegrater 2 have been given the green light. The 56-storey development will on completion be the third tallest building …

News in Brief: April 2018

Trimble has introduced three new versions of its software for structural engineering, fabrication and construction teams: Tekla Structures 2018, Tekla …

Work starts on City’s 50-storey tower

Foundation and piling work has started on the 50-storey tower at 6-8 Bishopsgate/150 Leadenhall Street in the City of London. Approval for the steel-framed …

Shape shifter

Transforming from a parallelogram at its base to a rectangle at the top, the 40-storey 100 Bishopsgate project is the City of London’s latest stand-out …

Design of two buildings with suspended structures

The structures described in this article are two office tower blocks currently under construction (1967) for the Commercial Union Assurance Co. Ltd. and the …

London office construction slows down

Office construction in central London has dropped to a three year low according to the latest London Office Crane Survey by Deloitte Real Estate. The current …

Bloomberg London HQ rated world’s most sustainable office

The steel-framed Bloomberg headquarters in London has set a world record BREEAM sustainability rating for an office building at design stage. Opened last month …

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