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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 …

Straw power

Housing East Anglia’s latest biomass renewable energy plant are a number of large steel-framed buildings. The latest straw powered biomass energy plant is …

Fuel efficiency

Steelwork’s flexibility and economy of design are major pluses when building an energy centre around multiple equipment installations. Finding cleaner and …

Steel accommodates waste solution

An environmentally friendly steel-framed waste treatment centre will process refuse from three South Yorkshire authorities. Councils up and down the country …

Steel powers energy design

A power station under construction at Great Island County Wexford will provide electricity to approximately 220,000 houses in south eastern Ireland. One of the …

Steel delivers renewable solution

The second commercial straw burning power facility to be built in the UK has again relied on steel construction’s coordination and speed of delivery. The …

Steel shapes Irish power plant

The steel frame for the Great Island combined cycle gas turbine power station in Wexford, Republic of Ireland is nearing completion. The 460MW plant, which is …

Waste solution with steel

A large braced steel structure will house Devon’s first energy from waste plant. Martin Cooper reports. Work is progressing on schedule on a new energy from …

Lincolnshire renewable energy plant nears completion

Steelwork has played a leading role in the construction of a straw fired power plant in Sleaford, Lincolnshire that is set to go online before the end of the …

Enterprise Minister praises steel contractor

The Scottish Energy and Enterprise Minister Fergus Ewing has praised Watson Towers, one of Scotland’s leading independent heavy engineering firms and parent …

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