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News in Brief May 2020

A turf cutting ceremony has marked construction work officially kicking-off for a new speculative office and laboratory space at the Exeter Science Park. The …

News in Brief: January 2020

MAG (Manchester Airports Group) has appointed McLaren to build a warehouse and logistics facility on the site of a former WWII aircraft hangar at Manchester …

News in Brief: October 2019

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has announced that Dr David Moore, currently Director of Engineering has accepted the position of Chief …

Steelwork contractor named for major Glasgow commercial development

Following on from its previous success on phase 1 of Bothwell Exchange, BHC has been appointed as the structural steelwork contractor for phase 2 of the …

News in Brief: July 2019

The Steel Piling Group has recently updated its popular guide, Durability of Steel Piles (P422). The guide, published by the Steel Construction Institute …

Learning and teaching hub takes form in Glasgow

The multi-million pound University of Glasgow Campus Development is progressing with the steel frame for the Learning and Teaching Hub nearing completion. …

Galvanizing success at Glasgow Airport

Scottish Galvanizers (part of the Wedge Group) has helped to lay the foundations for the growth of one of Britain’s busiest airports. The plant was called …

News in Brief: September 2018

FICEP UK is holding a two-day open house, on 3rd and 4th October, to promote the latest in technological advancements in steel processing. The company will …

Sport and fitness in the frame

A steel-framed solution is the answer for a leading retailer’s first new build outlet in Scotland. Sports goods retailer Sports Direct is building its first …

Council awards design contract for River Clyde bridge

Glasgow City Council has appointed global engineering consultancy CH2M Hill to undertake the design of a new bridge across the River Clyde between Govan and …

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