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Bespoke structural components

NSC reports on fabricated structural components used in buildings and the capability and capacity required by producers of these items. Readers of NSC will be …

Bridge links city bypass

Forming an important part of the Lincoln A15 Eastern Bypass, a weathering steel bridge carrying two railway lines has been successfully installed. Covering a …

Building Consequence Classes and the link to Execution Classes

Richard Henderson of the SCI discusses the evolution of Building Consequence Classes and the link between them and Execution Classes of structures. The …

Aluminum foundry relies on steel

An important foundry that will produce components for the UK’s car manufacturing industry is being erected by Caunton Engineering. The aluminum casting …

Merit: Energy from Waste Facility, Ardley

The Ardley Energy from Waste Facility near Bicester has been designed to sit low on the landscape and is built from materials reflecting the plant’s modern …

AD 394: New Rules on the Selection of Execution Class for Structural Steel

Until recently, the process for determining Execution Class for structural steel was based on the approach given in BS EN 1090-2:2008+A1:2011 (issued August …

Eurocode revision

British Standards Institution (BSI) has published a revised Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures as well as a revised National Annex. BS EN 1090-2 Execution …

Updated CE Marking supplement now available

The CE Marking supplement produced by the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) and Tata Steel has been updated to include the latest procedure …

Specifying the right Execution Class

Dr David Moore explains the concept of Execution Class and provides guidance on selecting the right level of quality and assurance controls needed to ensure a …

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