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Portal frames for logistics expansion

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a number of redevelopment and logistics projects in Stoke, including a four-span warehouse for the National …

Contract awarded for Farnborough Airport hangar

McLaughlin & Harvey has won the contract to design and build a new hangar at Farnborough Airport. Representing the largest infrastructure project at the …

Future-proofed recycling

Described as a facility of the future, the steel-framed Sherbourne Resource Centre will, on completion, offer a sustainable solution for recyclable household …

New sheds award for Midlands rail freight terminal

VolkerFitzpatrick has been selected by Prologis to design and build two new production units at its Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) site. …

Steel scores for Wiltshire leisure facility

The need for long internal column-free spans and a quick construction programme meant a steel-framed solution was the project team’s choice for the Melksham …

Sheds perform increasingly vital role

Sheds have become acknowledged as providing a crucial link in the UK’s supply chain as the pace of structural change in retail is accelerated by the COVID-19 …

Steel creates icons

Located adjacent to Manchester Airport, one of the North West’s most strategically-located logistics parks is expanding with two new steel-framed …

Hotel accommodates steel

Speed of construction was one of the main reasons for changing the design of Adventure Parc Snowdonia’s hotel to a steel frame. Martin Cooper reports. …

Logistics in the frame

An East Midlands logistics park is currently completing its third phase, proving that steelwork has the right attributes to make it the ideal framing solution …

Full circle

Structural steelwork has been chosen as the framing solution for two commercial blocks on a multi-million-pound mixed-use scheme in central Manchester. A large …

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