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Retain and rebuild

FACT FILE1-4 Marble Arch, LondonMain client: Portman EstateArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main contractor: Galliford TryStructural engineer: AKT …

Adaptable steel for future buildings

The immediate future for commercial buildings looks challenging as the economy emerges from the pandemic-enforced lockdown. Nick Barrett says that the …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

City of London’s green tower gets the go-ahead

The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee has approved plans for what will be the first building in London to incorporate urban …

Logistics in the frame

An East Midlands logistics park is currently completing its third phase, proving that steelwork has the right attributes to make it the ideal framing solution …

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 …

Exposed frame creates sustainable HQ

A steel-framed solution has created the desired contemporary and cost-efficient headquarters building a leading Lowestoft employer wanted. Based in the Suffolk …

Creating a landmark

Using a steel frame solution has helped form the flexible long-span floorplates required for a Manchester city centre commercial development. Strong levels of …

Lessons learnt in steel

A standardised steel-framed design is helping a school project in the North East of England to quickly take shape. Martin Cooper reports from Hartlepool. Part …

Commendation: Two St. Peter’s Square, Manchester

Two St. Peter’s Square is a new build, Grade A office space in the heart of Manchester city centre, consisting of 12-storeys above ground and two basement …

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