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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 …

Weathering steel highlights offices

An exo-skeleton, fabricated entirely of weathering steel, has created the standout appearance and the column-free spans for the final commercial development at …

News in Brief – April 2015

Two new businesses have been launched by Barrett Steel, Barrett Materials Handling and Barrett Specialist Vehicles, which the company says is part of its …

Sports company expands with steel

The only viable option for Sports Direct’s new distribution centre was a steel framed solution. On the site of the former Shirebrook colliery, just north of …

Free Fire and Steel Construction Webinar invitation

A free one hour webinar on Fire and Steel Construction is being hosted by the BCSA and Tata Steel on Thursday 12 March at 12.30pm. Topics to be covered include …

Resistance of beams and columns in fire: Worked examples to the Eurocodes (P403)

Record number of attendees for steel seminars

The recently concluded series of Steel Essentials seminars attracted a record number of attendees across all four venues. Last autumn’s series of seminars …

September 2013 – Fire protection design update

More is known about the performance of structural steel in fire than is known about any other material. Designers in other materials might have to be satisfied …

A rational design approach to fire safety

Structural Fire Engineering, a rational and scientific approach to ensuring the safety of buildings, is increasingly popular, as delegates to a series of …

AD 376: Fire design of concrete-filled hollow steel columns to Eurocode 4

Depending on the constructional details, Section 4 of BS EN 1994-1-2 ¹ presents three alternative design procedures for fire design: Tabulated data for …

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