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Steel and the circular economy

All steel construction products are inherently recyclable but structural steel elements are also inherently reusable. These and many other attributes of …

Steel provides energy solution

Construction work is progressing on a 21.5MW steel-framed waste wood biomass plant at Ince in Cheshire. The need to deliver alternative sources of energy …

Historic hangar takes off, again

Highlighting steelwork’s longevity, a 1930s-built aircraft hangar is being converted into an education and training centre for the aviation industry. Martin …

London’s Olympic legacy

Nearly three years ago London hosted one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympic Games in modern times, but what has happened to those iconic venues? NSC …

Steel gaining international repute

Now that the general election is behind us and a potentially stable government is in place for another five year term the wind looks to be set fair for another …

SSDA Commendation: Garsington Opera Pavilion, Wormsley

A demountable temporary summer pavilion to accommodate the Garsington Opera has been erected and integrated into a historic landscape. Providing 600 seats and …

Olympic water polo venue completed

One of the final pieces of the London 2012 Olympic Park – the Water Polo Arena – has been completed and will begin to host test events during May. …

Demountable steel opera pavilion gets go ahead

The new home for the renowned Garsington Opera festival will be a demountable steel pavilion at the Wormsley Estate, the Buckinghamshire home of the Getty …

The case for steel – Sustainable steel aims at Olympic gold

Our Case for Steel series continues with an overview of the strong sustainability benefits that flow from selecting steel. Demountability is one of the key …

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