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News in Brief: March 2021

Kloeckner Metals UK | Westok have been awarded BCSA Sustainability Charter Gold Standard status on the back of their BES 6001 certification. The objective of …

Derby footbridge installed over A52

Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford Try and the client Derby City Council, S H Structures has successfully installed a new foot and cycle bridge …

Shape of things to come

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies is helping designers create elaborate landmark structures. Bending steel …

Award – Derby Arena

The Derby Arena is the first new-build velodrome constructed in England since the London Olympics and features a 250m Siberian timber cycling track. With a …

News in Brief – May 2015

Tekla has launched Tekla Structural Designer, said to be a dedicated analysis and design software for structural engineers working on commercial building …

Olympic legacy on track in Derby

The steelwork erection for the Derby Multi-sports Arena, one of the first Olympics legacy projects to get underway since the Games, is due to be completed this …

Council HQ opens with new steel interior

Derby City Council’s headquarters has reopened after an extensive refurbishment programme was completed with the aid of steel construction. The building, …

Framework takes shape quietly for Derby school

More than 1,200t of structural steelwork is being used to construct the new £34M campus for the Noel-Baker Community School in Derby. Working on behalf of …

SSDA 2010 – Cathedral Bridge, Derby

Addressing such issues as heritage, access and the environment, the Cathedral Bridge links two important Derby city centre areas forming part of a larger …

Lighting up a city centre

A large multi-use development known as Riverlights is expected to usher in a new era of prosperity for Derby city centre. Many former industrial towns and …

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