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Rising high

FACT FILECity Quays 3, BelfastMain client: Belfast HarbourArchitect: RPP ArchitectsMain contractor: FarransStructural engineer: Doran ConsultingSteelwork …

King’s Cross expands with steel

FACT FILEP2 Building, King’s Cross, LondonMain client: King’s Cross Central Limited PartnershipArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main …

Trusses span major road to support new office block

A series of 16 large trusses have been installed across the A38 Queensway dual carriageway tunnel to support the construction of a new 14-storey steel-framed …

Hybrid design transforming the site of famous London department store

A £50M high-quality commercial and retail scheme is being created on the site of the former Pontings department store at 127 Kensington High Street, in west …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

News in Brief June 2020

Severfield has announced the first order for its new Severstor product line of steel-framed modules that house critical systems technology and can be supplied …

Steelwork provides safe design

Owned by INEOS, one of the world’s largest chemical businesses, INOVYN ChlorVinyls is constructing a new office complex at its site in Runcorn. A £23M …

Yin and yang towers

Steelwork has been completed on the second of twin commercial buildings in King’s Cross, that have been designed to look like they have been pulled apart …

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