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Offices add to vibrant market

Steel construction is playing a vital role in the redevelopment of the Vaux brewery site in Sunderland. Martin Cooper reports from the site’s latest scheme, …

Clydeside regeneration

One of the final elements of a prime city centre regeneration project on the banks of the River Clyde is quickly taking shape with the aid of steel …

COMMENDATION: Assembly Bristol, Building A

A landmark 24,000m2 office building is the first of three structures that will make up Bristol city centre’s Assembly campus FACT FILEArchitect: Allford Hall …

COMMENDATION: One Braham, London

Featuring large amounts of exposed internal steelwork, a prestigious bespoke commercial development forms part of a wider Aldgate masterplan. FACT …

Steel completes on diagrid landmark office scheme

Structural steelwork has been completed on Four New Bailey, a 10-storey office development in Salford, which has been let to telecommunications giant BT as its …

Steel projects star at Tekla Awards

Software provider Trimble has announced the winners of its Tekla Awards 2022, which are open to users of Trimble’s Tekla Structures and Tekla Structural …

Landscraper takes shape

Numerous steel design and installation challenges have been overcome for the construction of a unique and highly flexible office building in King’s Cross, …

Steel frame completes bridging solution

The steel-framed One Keskidee Square, a 26,000m2 commercial building at King’s Cross, is targeting a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating and has recently …

Planning permission granted for latest Paradise Birmingham scheme

The £1.2bn Paradise Birmingham project has received planning approval from the city council for a new 10-storey commercial building – the fourth office …

Offices initiate town centre regeneration

Two steel-framed office blocks represent the first phase of a masterplan that will transform Birkenhead town centre over the next 15

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