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Sky’s the limit

tructural steelwork has taken a leading role in the construction of Sky Studios Elstree, where long column-free flexible spaces are in demand. Martin Cooper …

Factory of trusses

Providing a permanent home for the biennial Manchester International Festival (MIF), one of the largest purpose-built cultural buildings in the world is taking …

Client confidence strong that steel is still the cost-effective option

Despite COVID-19, Brexit and a global surge in raw material prices affecting all construction materials, demand for steel-framed buildings and other structures …

Safe keeping

The self-storage market has grown rapidly in the UK over the last decade and steel construction has proven to be the ideal framing solution for these projects. …

Development plans provide boost for City commercial sector

Plans for two high-rise office schemes have been revealed that could provide a significant boost to the commercial sector in the City of London. Hong …

BCSA President lauds steelwork’s efficiency and adaptability

Speaking at the British Constructional Steelwork Association’s (BCSA) 42nd National Dinner, sponsored by William Hare, BCSA President Tim Outteridge …

Steel is just the ticket for over-station development

Structural steelwork has provided the required lightweight solution for a mixed-use scheme that sits directly above an Elizabeth line ticket hall. Martin …

Offices boost finance sector

Steel-framed office blocks are providing the much-needed Grade A office accommodation for Jersey’s finance sector. Martin Cooper reports. Jersey is a leading …

Healthcare in the frame

A number of challenges have had to be overcome during the construction of a new hospital in the Orkney Islands. Martin Cooper reports from a project where …

Energy solution

Steel-framed structures house the main processing areas for a new renewable energy plant in Kent. With the demise of traditional coal-burning power stations …

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