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Conder Structures returns south

Burton-on-Trent based steelwork contractor Conder Structures has opened its first regional office at Fair Oak near Winchester. Conder was originally founded in …

Differing bay heights at new distribution centre

Conder Structures has erected an out of the ordinary distribution centre, containing high and low bays, at Manchester’s Trafford Park, the UK’s oldest …

Safety first for new school

Conder Structures is currently erecting more than 600t of structural steelwork for the £20M PFI financed Portland Community Comprehensive school. Located in …

Structural steelwork has excellent sustainable credentials

Steel may be continually recycled without loss of properties and in the UK 94% of steel is reused or recycled. Steel structures have low carbon footprints, are …

Two more members join charter

The Steel Construction Sustainability Charter has recently added two more BCSA members to its list, bringing the total number of companies to have been …

Traincare centre will ease the strain

Passengers using east Kent to London train services will soon benefit from a significant reduction in journey times on a new fleet of trains serviced and …

Sustainability charter grows

Two more BCSA members, Conder Structures and International Paint, have been successfully audited under the Steel Construction Sustainability Charter. This …

The bridge challenge

A distribution centre with a wave-like roof coupled with tight construction deadlines created new challenges for Conder. Speed of construction was paramount …

Town centre transformed with steelwork

So successfully was steel used for the redevelopment of Workington town centre, the contract was extended to include an adjacent multi-storey car park. The …

Conder goes to Cumbria

More than 2,000t of structural steelwork has been supplied by Conder Structures for a major redevelopment in Workington town centre. The new £45M scheme in …

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