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Scottish steelwork contractor wins prestigious Ghana project

BHC has been named as the structural steelwork contractor by UK-based Contracta Construction, in association with UK Export Finance (UKEF), to work on the …

Derby footbridge installed over A52

Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford Try and the client Derby City Council, S H Structures has successfully installed a new foot and cycle bridge …

Steel rises for new Leeds University business school

More than 650t of structural steelwork has begun to be erected for the Leeds University Business School and School of Law’s new teaching facility. Designed …

President’s Column: July/August 2020

My predecessor, Tim Outteridge, introduced the ‘President’s Column’ as a new item in New Steel Construction in his president’s profile in the …

Adaptable steel for future buildings

The immediate future for commercial buildings looks challenging as the economy emerges from the pandemic-enforced lockdown. Nick Barrett says that the …

STRUMIS launches updated steel fabrication management system

STRUMIS has released what is claimed to be its most comprehensive and feature-rich version of the steel fabrication management information system. Known as …

Stands bowled by steel

Structural steelwork is playing an integral part in MCC’s masterplan to redevelop its historic Lord’s Cricket Ground. Martin Cooper reports on the first …

Steel takes the load

The London School of Economics’ new Marshall Building includes a number of steelwork elements that are helping the design to achieve the overall …

Jamestown’s safety and people strategy

Building on the foundations of a strong performance through 2019, Jamestown continues to invest in both plant and people as it pushes forward into 2020. …

Steel scores for City

A signature steel-framed structure housing a full-size football pitch is the focal point of Leicester City’s new state-of-the-art training centre. Leicester …

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