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Steel serves up store refurbishment

A famous department store in Dublin is being refurbished with structural steelwork to form the centrepiece of a new mixed-use

Power boost from bio-energy

Ireland’s investment in green energy and waste solutions continues with the construction of a renewable bio-energy plant near Dublin. Creating greener …

Big beams installed on confined Dublin site

Working on behalf of main contractor MP Construction, steelwork contractor Fox Bros. Engineering has successfully installed two 11t transfer beams as part of …

Dublin shopping centre expands with steel

The Frascati Shopping Centre in Blackrock, south Dublin, is undergoing a major redevelopment which includes the construction of new retail extensions. Because …

Trusses accommodate complex design

Structural steel design innovations have played a key factor in the construction of Ireland’s largest waste to energy scheme. Martin Cooper reports. We’ve …

Steel frame for Dublin car park is the cost effective solution

Structural steelwork has been chosen as the framing material for a new £10.2M multi-storey car park to serve Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport. Main contractor …

Steel completed on Dublin distribution centre

Pallas Foods will create nearly 100 new jobs as part of a multi-million euro investment at its new distribution centre in North County Dublin. The project …

Steel is good for Guinness

The famous Guinness Brewery in Dublin is investing in new high-tech facilities housed inside a large steel framed structure. Glasses were raised to steel’s …

High level walkway installed at Croke Park

Fitted to the roofs of three stands at Dublin’s Croke Park stadium, the Etihad Skyline Walkway, which officially opened on 1 June, is set to be the city’s …

Around the Press – September 2011

New Civil Engineer 28 July 2011 Column free at Cannon Street “Having to feed in 21m long Fabsec beams through the side of the station in the dead of night …

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