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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 …

Commendation: Central Square, Leeds

An emblem of the city’s ambition, Central Square in Leeds is a landmark development binding together a dynamic business district to create a vibrant new …

Council in the frame

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for Cumbria County Council’s new offices in Carlisle. As part of an ongoing cost-saving exercise, Cumbria County …

BBC design show

Exposed architectural steelwork will play a leading role at the new BBC Wales headquarters in Cardiff. Martin Cooper reports. The multi-million pound Central …

Redhill retail scheme progressing on schedule

The Warwick Quadrant scheme in Redhill, Surrey is progressing on schedule and will be completed by the end of the year. Working on behalf of main contractor RG …

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