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Starring role for steel at the opera

Located within the Thames Gateway, Europe’s largest regeneration area, an eye-catching steel-framed production workshop for the Royal Opera House will soon …

Opera facility spearheads Thames Gateway regeneration

The Royal Opera House’s Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop will open on a 14-acre site in Purfleet, Essex at the end of this year. Forming part of …

SSDA 2010 – Other finalists

South Courtyard Infill, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Enhancing a Grade II listed building, this project’s design includes a contemporary …

Landmark development for Euston Road

On the site of a former hospital, a prestigious commercial and residential scheme is taking shape with the aid of steel’s speed and lightweight construction. …

SSDA 2009 – Other finalists

30 Crown Place, London EC2  The project at 30 Crown Place is a £60M 18 storey high commercial office development offering 17,500m² of grade A office space …

Epsom grandstand ready for Derby Festival

Ahead of this year’s Derby on 6 June, Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cornwall has officially opened the new grandstand at Epsom Downs Racecourse. Named …

New seat of learning takes shape

Graham Wood Structural is nearing completion of steelwork erection at the new campus for Sussex Coast College Hastings. The new college building is a six …

SSDA 2008 – 14 Cornhill, London

The former London headquarters of Lloyds Bank has undergone a complete redevelopment with the retention of the original façade and a new steel framed …

Keeping the neighbours happy

A worn out 1960’s concrete structure in central London is being given a new lease of life with steel framed extensions, with the majority of the construction …

Steelwork ready for the Derby

Work is currently progressing on schedule for the £25M redevelopment of the Epsom Downs Racecourse. The centrepiece of the project is a new 11,000 capacity …

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