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New plant houses have been built ‘inside out’

The new exhibition plant house and orchid house at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, are structures of unusual shape and design. The buildings have been …

News in Brief: March 2018

Severfield has announced that Chief Executive Ian Lawson is leaving the firm after standing down due to illness last year. Alan Dunsmore becomes Chief …

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 …

News in Brief: May 2017

Kloeckner Metals UK/Westok has released version 10.3 of its cellbeam software package. New features include Eurocode design to EN 1993 and 1994 and enhanced …

Edinburgh film campus will feature steel structures

An application has been lodged for planning permission in principle for a mixed-use studio development site at Straiton, near Edinburgh, with Midlothian …

Tata Steel and BCSA to host essential seminars

A new series of Steel Essentials seminars has been scheduled for this autumn at venues in Cardiff, London, Leeds and Edinburgh. The seminars provide an …

Edinburgh University’s wave and tidal test facility framed in steel

The new state-of-the-art wave and current test facility being built by Graham Construction at the University of Edinburgh has reached a milestone as the outer …

50 Years Ago: More Distinctive Buildings

From BUILDING WITH STEEL, May

40 Years Ago: New plant houses have been built ‘inside out’

Taken from Building with Steel 1968 The new exhibition plant and orchid house at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, are structures of unusual shape and …

Framing system brings project in on budget

Edinburgh’s Jewel & Esk College twin campus development was recently faced with a serious funding problem with an identified shortfall of £14M. A number …

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