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Fabsec and Bentley Systems form design software partnership

Fabsec FBEAM software is now synchronised with Bentley System’s RAM Structural System following the formation of a strategic partnership. The new partnership …

New Tekla Structural Designer update features Fabsec link

A new partnership between Trimble and Fabsec in the UK has resulted in the launch of a bi-directional link between Trimble’s latest Tekla Structural Designer …

City benchmark

Open-plan floorplates, a spiralling atrium and landscaped terraces are just some of the features of 80 Fenchurch Street, one of the City’s latest commercial …

Fabsec launches updated cellular beam software

Long span cellular beam designer Fabsec, has launched its updated FBEAM 2019 software, which it claims will help steelwork designers achieve greater levels of …

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra …

Three up in second city

The third of three steel-framed office blocks in Snowhill, Birmingham, is one of the UK’s largest speculative office developments to be constructed outside …

A nod to an engineer

Exposed steelwork is the order of the day for a new eye-catching commercial development in west London. Martin Cooper reports. Overlooking the Grand Union …

Steel creates office landmark

Featuring three cantilevering façades, No.1 Spinningfields will be Manchester’s third tallest office building and the last structure to be built in the …

Rebuilding a City tower

Situated within the Bank of England Conservation Area, the 1970s-built One Angel Court is being rebuilt with a steel frame to create a standout City of London …

Steel-framed office block completed at London’s Pancras Square

The penultimate building on the prestigious Pancras Square scheme, which forms an integral part of the Kings Cross development in north London, has been …

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