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Ton up for car park specialist

Steel construction has been completed, in quick time, on a car park in Hatfield, a project which also represents a significant landmark for contractor Bourne …

Severfield acquires Yorkshire-based DAM Structures

Severfield has acquired DAM Structures, paying £12M for the business with another £7M payable next year. DAM Structures is a Yorkshire-based steelwork …

Steel creates new residential scheme for Glasgow

Working on behalf of Springfield Properties, Hescott Engineering is fabricating, supplying and erecting 600t of structural steelwork for a residential scheme …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Flexible spaces created with steel

Sport, leisure and community facilities in the Buckinghamshire town of Amersham are set to get a significant boost when the steel-framed Chiltern Lifestyle …

President’s Column – September 2020

John Blackwell, Rowecord Engineering’s long-standing charismatic former MD, used to say “steelwork contracting is all about managing risk”. John’s …

Prime offices spur regional activity

Manchester’s commercial sector has seen record levels of activity in recent years and Eleven York Street is one of the projects set to complete this year. …

Education in the frame

A tried and tested method, using steelwork in conjunction with precast flooring planks, is being successfully used for a sixth educational scheme in Fife. …

Powered up with waste

A new steel-framed waste-to-energy facility in Cheshire will help the nation reduce its reliance on landfill sites for refuse disposal. Hooton, near Ellesmere …

Steel restores historic Leeds landmark

Work is underway to renovate and rebuild First White Cloth Hall, one of Leeds’ most historic buildings. The project includes constructing a new modern glazed …

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