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Commercial reinvention

One of the first buildings to be built on the Canary Wharf financial estate in east London is being innovatively reconfigured and enlarged to be a Grade-A …

Paddington transformed

The redevelopment of the west London area of Paddington is continuing apace with the construction of an 18-storey steel-framed structure that contains a new …

Exposed frame creates landmark research facility

Housed in a fully-exposed steel-framed building, construction is underway on a world-leading research facility for robotics and artificial

Steel frames civic pride

Sunderland’s new City Hall is the latest project on a large regeneration scheme, which is transforming a former brewery site into a mixed-use neighbourhood. …

Retail mall goes undercover

A £75M transformation of intu Trafford Centre’s Barton Square is in full swing, as a new glazed roof and dome now span the previously open mall. Martin …

Steel drives car showroom design

The ability to create long clear spans, as well as its speed of construction, are some of the reasons why steelwork is the ideal framing solution for car …

Project of the Year: Jaguar Land Rover Engine Manufacturing Centre

This BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rated facility comprises 165,000m² of production space, offices, social support areas and a community educational centre, making …

Sports centre approved for south coast university

University of Portsmouth has been given planning permission by Portsmouth City Council to build a £53M sports facility, available for student, staff and …

A nod to an engineer

Exposed steelwork is the order of the day for a new eye-catching commercial development in west London. Martin Cooper reports. Overlooking the Grand Union …

Circuit revs up hospitality

The racing day experience at Hampshire’s Thruxton Circuit has been enhanced by a new £1.5M steel-framed hospitality suite. Forming the cornerstone of a …

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