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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. …

Steel frames a yarn

An irregular-shaped building with a folding origami-style roof is being built to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland. Martin Cooper reports on a project which …

News in Brief: November/December 2019

Steelwork contractor Taunton Fabrications has picked up two awards at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain Awards ceremony. The company was nominated in …

Council project spurs regeneration

A steel-framed solution, offering a cost-efficient and quick construction programme, was the answer for a new council HQ and car park in Colwyn Bay. Martin …

Nuclear patrols with steel

A bespoke steel-framed training complex is being built for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary near Sellafield. Martin Cooper reports. Charged with protecting the …

Scunthorpe Civic Centre

From Building with Steel May 1964 A typical example of the use of steelwork in municipal buildings is provided by the recently completed Scunthorpe Civic …

Council restores local landmark

The London Borough of Bexley is extending and refurbishing a former building society headquarters into civic offices. The former headquarters of the Woolwich …

Steel pumps new heart into Redcar

A steel framed leisure, business and civic complex will help to rejuvenate Redcar town centre. Martin Cooper reports from the town where steel still runs in …

Work starts on Bexleyheath makeover

Steel construction will be playing a central role in creating a new civic office and town centre amenities in Bexleyheath, Kent. Work has recently started on …

Council HQ opens with new steel interior

Derby City Council’s headquarters has reopened after an extensive refurbishment programme was completed with the aid of steel construction. The building, …

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