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Barometer says outlook is fine for steel

Official government statistics on construction workloads have been less than encouraging recently, but industry reports contradict this and suggest that demand …

Steel: the cost competitive solution

Prices for all construction materials are rising and fabricated structural steelwork is no exception, despite the background of falls in crude oil and iron ore …

Steel’s performance stays high in low inflation age

News that inflation fell to zero in February for the first time since records began will have come as a pleasant surprise to many, especially those who grew up …

Cost comparison update

Steel remains the most cost competitive framing solution for modern office buildings according to the latest update in the series of cost comparison studies …

Higher sustainability costs less says report

A new report based on research by quantity surveyor Gardiner & Theobald, consultant Peter Brett Associates (PBA) and contractor Mace shows higher …

Around the Press: May 2012

RIBA Journal March 2012 Ghost Busting It’s asking a lot, but if a building were a Transformer, the Sainsbury Centre, now in its 34th year, would be its …

May 2012 – Steel wins carbon comparison

We reported last month on research showing that steel frames still dominate the market for multi storey and single storey buildings; this month we report on …

Steel still the cost effective choice

Structural steel framing solutions have again been confirmed as faster and cheaper to build than reinforced concrete alternatives in the latest update of a …

Competitive gap crushes concrete

Steel frames remain the fastest and most cost effective framing solution for both commercial offices and residential apartments according to the latest Cost …

January 2007 – Ground well paved for further advance

The turn of the year is a good time to take stock of progress made and lessons learned for the future. The year just passed was a good one for the …

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