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Three up with steel

A logistics park in south Peterborough is expanding with the construction of a trio of BREEAM ‘Excellent’ distribution

Industrial project stacks up

Described as a vertical trading estate and delivering 45 units within a four-storey structure, Industria is a pioneering and modern approach to accommodating …

Steel creates Cyclone

Structural steelwork is playing a leading role in the creation of a new and exciting addition to the available attractions at Center Parcs Whinfell

Portal frames for logistics expansion

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a number of redevelopment and logistics projects in Stoke, including a four-span warehouse for the National …

Ground broken at St Mowden Park Stoke Central

Winvic Construction has begun work to build a 23,500m2 warehouse at St. Modwen Park Stoke Central which will be home to Stoke-based National Veterinary …

Milestone reached on east London’s Rowe project

BAM has topped out at the Rowe in Whitechapel, a new 12-storey project that includes a retained 1960s façade. Originally built as a textile factory, and more …

Skanska’s central London scheme reaches summit

Main contractor Skanska said its steel-framed Earnshaw Building in St Giles, central London, has reached the highest point of construction. The development …

Steel extension uncorks more wine storage space

Farrans Construction is building a £10M warehouse for The Wine Society that will enable the company to increase its storage capacity from 7.6 million bottles …

Steelwork underway for major Sellafield works

Harry Peers Steelwork (part of the Severfield Group) is undertaking two major projects at the Sellafield reprocessing plant in Cumbria. The company is …

Museum displays steel frame

Described as one of the world’s most significant cultural projects, the Victoria and Albert Museum is currently constructing two new sites in east London as …

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