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President’s Column, November/December 2019

What’s going on in the construction sector at the moment? On one hand, we have the statistics implying its all doom and gloom, and on the other hand, many of …

Engineers streamline HS2 station roof design

Lead engineers on HS2’s Old Oak Common station, WSP, have revealed a 27% reduction in the structural steel needed for the station roof at the west London …

Steel creates sporting legacy

A value-engineered and highly efficient steel-framed sports hub will help the University of Warwick achieve its ambitious physical activity targets. Due to …

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. …

City centre regeneration

A mixed-use scheme consisting of student accommodation, an hotel and retail/leisure units will revitalise a key gateway into Liverpool city centre. Martin …

Comprehensive steel cost guidance now available

The first of a new series of structural steelwork cost guidance articles from AECOM, the British Constructional Steelwork Association and Steel for Life has …

Steel shines under costs spotlight

Market demands can frequently change, placing a different emphasis on the various features of buildings and other structures such as long spans, curving and …

Steel dominates the commercial buildings market

Accompanying this issue of New Steel Construction is a brochure providing an overview of the commercial buildings market and how structural steelwork continues …

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 …

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