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Ship-shape residences

The first phase of an ambitious residential scheme, overlooking the Manchester Ship Canal, has chosen a steel-framed solution for its first two apartment …

Capital regeneration

Numerous column grid patterns, requiring hundreds of tonnes of transfer structures, are helping to create a large retail-led mixed-use scheme in central …

Shaping the steel sector

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies continues to help designers create elaborate landmark structures. Curved …

Circuit revs up hospitality

The racing day experience at Hampshire’s Thruxton Circuit has been enhanced by a new £1.5M steel-framed hospitality suite. Forming the cornerstone of a …

Award: Oriam, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Scotland’s new Sports Performance Centre provides high quality facilities for a number of national sports bodies, including the Scottish Football Association …

Commendation: The Curve, Slough

A new multi-purpose community venue forms a central element of the larger heart of Slough regeneration project. The three-level Curve building is 89.7m long, …

Commendation: STIHL Treetop Walkway, Westonbirt, the National Arboretum

At 300m-long the walkway is the longest structure of its kind in the UK; set in the beautiful Grade 1 historic Victorian landscape, it provides visitors with a …

Merit: Maxwell Centre, Cambridge

Part of Cavendish Laboratory’s long-term development programme at the University of Cambridge, the £26M science facility has been developed to foster …

Lakeside centre shops for steel

Steel-framed buildings have taken centre stage at the Rushden Lakes retail and leisure complex. Shopping and nature may not necessarily go hand in hand, but a …

Boxed up

Topped with a steel-framed roof structure, an innovative eating and drinking venue has recently opened in Croydon as part of a large-scale redevelopment …

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