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SSDA will reflect digital transformation

The Structural Steel Design Awards is now into its sixth decade and remains the ultimate recognition for the best achievements in steel construction. Some …

Healthy appetite for growth – and steel

Mixed messages can be found from recent surveys and forecasts about what the future holds for construction. As can be read in the President’s Column in this …

Outlook bright beyond Brexit

The start of a new year is a traditional time for crystal ball gazing by journalists; it gives us a chance to change our focus from reporting on what has …

Awards still going strong at 50

The Structural Steel Design Awards reach a notable milestone this year, having showcased for 50 years the best of what the UK steel construction industry can …

Diversity on display in Awards shortlist

The Structural Steel Design Awards reaches a significant landmark in 2018, it’s 50th year of showcasing the best of steel construction. The shortlisted …

No post-Brexit workforce concerns for steel

News that two steel construction related sites have been longlisted as potential assembly centres, or logistics hubs, for the construction of Heathrow …

Steel’s winning ways

The construction industry’s clients have never been more cost conscious than they are today, always alert for ways of keeping a lid on final project prices. …

Happy Birthday, SSDA

The Structural Steel Design Awards (SSDA) is 50 years old this year and in this issue of NSC we start a new series to mark that achievement with a look at some …

Survey casts vote for steel

The latest market research on the UK market for structural frames by independent researchers Construction Markets shows a healthy and continued market …

New chapters in steel’s success story

Recent surveys show that the construction market has paused for breath after a strong run lasting several years (see News). Brexit and the business cycle …

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