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SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fifth and final article, NSC looks back at …

SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fourth of a series of articles, NSC looks …

River Carron communities connected by new bridge

A new steel composite bridge has been installed across the widest part of the River Carron near Falkirk; the first time this part of the river has ever been …

Royals visit the Kelpies

Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visited the Kelpies to unveil a commemorative plaque and open a new section of the Forth & Clyde Canal. …

Royal opening for The Kelpies

The Kelpies have received a royal seal of approval as Her Royal Highness Princess Anne has officially opened the world’s largest pair of equine sculptures …

Kelpies gallop to victory in engineering award

The Helix Development in Falkirk, famous for its Kelpie sculptures, has won the Saltire Society 2014 Civil Engineering Award, presented in association with the …

Award – The Kelpies, Falkirk

Two 30m high steel framed equine sculptures, known as The Kelpies, form the centrepiece of Falkirk’s community based parkland scheme, The Helix Project. A …

Kelpies give the nod to steel

Complex tubular steelwork has formed two 30m high equine heads that are an integral and highly visible signpost to a large Scottish regeneration scheme. Martin …

Falkirk Wheel gets outstanding award

The Saltire Society has chosen the Falkirk Wheel as the most outstanding civil engineering awards entry in Scotland during the last 25 years. The judges …

SSDA 2002: The Falkirk Wheel

By any measure the Falkirk Wheel is an unusual structure. Weighing approximately 1400t without water it is a large machine. Raising and lowering boats in a …

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