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Reused steel aids circular economy

Adding to TBC.London’s sustainability credentials, and said to be a first for UK construction, pre-Second World War steelwork from an Oxford Street …

Norfolk steelwork contractor gets local MP endorsement

Highlighting its benefits to the local economy, George Freeman, MP for Mid Norfolk has been shown around steelwork contractor H Young Structures’ …

Decarbonisation – the biggest change for steel in our lifetime

Barrett Steel, a company that has supported the UK structural steel sector for many years, is committed to achieving net zero by 2035. Throughout our long …

AWARD: HYLO, London

A total of 13 new steel-framed floors have been added to a 1960s-built office block, resulting in one of the most pioneering tall building retrofit projects in …

COMMENDATION: Clery’s Quarter, Dublin

One of the world’s first purpose-built department stores has been refurbished with structural steelwork to create a new city centre mixed-use development. …

Plans in for major London south bank mixed-use scheme

Developer Hines, working with architects Foster + Partners and consultants Lipton Rogers Developments, has submitted a planning application for a mixed-use …

Going big in Avonmouth

Comprising two distribution centres, structural steelwork has been completed on the UK’s largest-ever speculative development. FACT FILEPanattoni Park, …

Steel design since 1932

Successive editions of BS 449 illustrate significant changes in steel design and practice over the last 90 years. For a recent project, the design rules since …

Sustainability in the frame

A number of efficiencies, including renewably produced steelwork, are contributing to a London office scheme achieving the highest sustainability and wellness …

It’s a wrap

A steel-framed iconic public artwork that surrounds an electrical substation in north London has been unveiled. FACT FILEBrent Cross Town public artworkMain …

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