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Academia embraces sustainability

A steel-framed solution has helped the University of Salford achieve its sustainability aspirations for its new Science, Engineering and Environmental (SEE) …

Steel completes on major Edinburgh educational facility

Working on behalf of McLaughlin & Harvey, BHC has completed the erection of 922t of structural steelwork and the installation of 7,951m2 of metal decking …

Steel passes school exams

Structural steelwork has proven to be the right choice for the construction of a new school in the cathedral city of

Science block rises with steel

Working on behalf of Morgan Sindall, Elland Steel Structures is erecting 1,100t of structural steelwork for The University of Salford’s Science, Engineering …

News in Brief February 2021

Scotland-based steelwork contractor AJ Engineering & Construction Services is expanding its premises in a £2.5M investment over the next three years, …

Tata Steel proposes efficient steel modules for schools

Tata Steel said it is at the forefront of creating the next generation of schools in the UK, which will give thousands of children access to education in safe, …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Pandemic raises collaboration hopes

Contractors can just about always say they live in interesting times, but with the world still mired in a pandemic and waiting for a feared second wave amid …

Schools to get ‘transformative’ investment

A ten-year ‘multi-wave’ and ‘transformative’ school building programme has been announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with over £1,000M promised …

Steel rises for new Leeds University business school

More than 650t of structural steelwork has begun to be erected for the Leeds University Business School and School of Law’s new teaching facility. Designed …

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