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President’s Column: January 2021

At the time of writing this article (7th December), we don’t know whether we will have a Brexit deal or perhaps yet another transition extension. What has …

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

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 …

New passive fire protection coating launched

Coatings manufacturer Hempel has launched a new generation fire protection coating – Hempafire Optima 500 – which is said to be specifically designed to …

President’s Column: May 2019

This magazine provides engineers, architects, main contractors and clients with an enormous amount of information, technical guidance, news and case studies …

Award: Bloomberg London

Bloomberg’s new European headquarters achieved a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating, which is the highest design-stage score ever achieved by any major office …

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 …

Project of the Year: The Leadenhall Building, London

Reaching a height of 224m, the City of London’s landmark Leadenhall Building was designed as a wedge-shaped structure to minimise its impact on views of St …

Merit: Maxwell Centre, Cambridge

Part of Cavendish Laboratory’s long-term development programme at the University of Cambridge, the £26M science facility has been developed to foster …

Complex frame accommodated by steel

A steel-framed solution was the answer for a retirement village containing numerous room configurations, spread over seven different floor levels. Martin …

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