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Cambridge’s tallest office block will form the centrepiece of the city’s ambitious CB1 master plan. Cambridge is currently a hive of construction activity, …

Steel hangar for RAF Marham’s latest jets

Galliford Try Lagan Construction Joint Venture (GTLC) has been awarded a contract worth £135M to upgrade infrastructure and facilities at RAF Marham near …

Steel in tune for acoustics

Steel-framed boxes within steel-framed boxes are the order of the day for a new music conservatoire under construction in Birmingham. Martin Cooper reports. …

Steel completes on Birmingham Conservatoire

The main steel elements on the first music conservatoire to be built in the UK for 30 years have been completed. Working on behalf of main contractor Galliford …

Flagship Welsh school opens to pupils

Holywell School in Flintshire, one of the first projects in Wales’ 21st Century Schools Programme (see NSC Feb 2016) has opened. The flagship £30M …

Wales gets flagship school

Steel construction has ensured a challenging shaped school has been designed and erected successfully One of the first projects in Wales’ 21st Century …

Steel school provides community resource

A multi-million pound project in Wick will deliver first-class educational and community facilities, all housed within two steel-framed structures. Martin …

Steel supports sporting facilities

Utilising steel construction is providing Inverness Royal Academy with its desired indoor sporting facilities. Two games halls housed within a 50m-long …

Northerly outpost gets new school and community centre

Work is progressing on schedule for a £48M school and community leisure centre project in one of the UK’s most northerly towns. The Wick Community Campus …

Highland academy under way

Work on the new Inverness Royal Academy is progressing on schedule with steelwork erection expected to begin in April. Said to be the largest school in the …

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