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Additions enhance City office block

A former banking headquarters in the City of London is being converted into a new and spacious office development with additional new structural steel …

Galvanized steel keeps leisure centre on track

Graham Wood Structural teamed up with South East Galvanizers to complete a prestigious steelwork project in Lewisham, south east London. More than 200t of …

Council restores local landmark

The London Borough of Bexley is extending and refurbishing a former building society headquarters into civic offices. The former headquarters of the Woolwich …

Work starts on Bexleyheath makeover

Steel construction will be playing a central role in creating a new civic office and town centre amenities in Bexleyheath, Kent. Work has recently started on …

Steelwork incorporation

Retained façades and original steel framework have been incorporated into a new and enlarged modern and reconstructed office building in London. Martin Cooper …

Steelwork just the ticket

Long steel trusses, forming a large central atrium, knit together the four office blocks forming Network Rail’s new national headquarters. Known as …

Steel atrium knits together Network Rail headquarters

A new national centre for Network Rail is quickly taking shape in the centre of Milton Keynes. Being built on the site of the former National Hockey Stadium, …

20 Years Ago: New Westminster and Chelsea Hospital

A year ago, Graham Wood Structural Limited were appointed to provide the structural steel for the new Westminster and Chelsea Hospital. The contract covered …

The power of recovery

An architecturally driven energy recovery facility is under construction in the East Sussex port of Newhaven. Martin Cooper reports from a plant gearing up for …

Steelwork providing a powerful frame

Located on the banks of the River Ouse at Newhaven, East Sussex, a new Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) is under construction. The superstructure for this …

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