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Scottish steelwork contractor wins prestigious Ghana project

BHC has been named as the structural steelwork contractor by UK-based Contracta Construction, in association with UK Export Finance (UKEF), to work on the …

Small wonder

Following on from the success of its first mini-Swiss Re (Gherkin) building, Caunton Engineering has fabricated a second similar structure to be located at the …

Steelwork creates safe parking

Clad in order to reference the city’s maritime past, a new multi-storey car park in Liverpool has been built using a steel frame as the material offered the …

Hotel accommodates steel

Speed of construction was one of the main reasons for changing the design of Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s hotel to a steel frame. Martin Cooper reports. …

Supplying the sector

Steel stockholders play a vital part in the steel construction supply chain, ensuring the market is supplied with what it needs when it is needed. From an …

Offsite manufacturing in the frame

In this article, NSC focuses on lightweight cold formed steel products, a vital component for many steel construction projects. Designers and specifiers have …

Showing off the past

Accommodating many of Doncaster’s historical relics, a new steel-framed cultural hub has also been designed to surround and exhibit a retained Edwardian …

Water treatment taps into steel

Steel construction’s long span qualities have been utilised on the largest building at the UK’s newest water treatment facility. Forming part of the £300M …

Colour stainless steel introduced to UK market

Kloeckner Metals UK has introduced coloured stainless steel, a solution that it said is not only durable and reliable but a true demonstration of high-end …

Back to school with lightweight frame

Steelwork having the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any construction material was one of the main reasons it was chosen for the frame of a new school in …

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