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Building for future health

As featured on television, a logistically-challenging site in the middle of two London hospitals has utilised steel construction to build a new five-storey …

More leisure facilities for Cumbria

Structural steelwork has provided an economic framing solution for the £25M redevelopment of Carlisle’s Sands

Steel the ideal hospitals prescription

The National Health Service (NHS) and the construction industry are gearing up to deliver the biggest hospital investment programme for a generation. Steel …

News in Brief: September 2021

South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust has unveiled plans to build a new Eye Hospital in the centre of Sunderland as part of the City’s ambitious …

Tata Steel proposes efficient steel modules for schools

Tata Steel said it is at the forefront of creating the next generation of schools in the UK, which will give thousands of children access to education in safe, …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Nightingale Hospital deadline met with steel

Taunton Fabrications has supplied approximately 80t of structural steelwork for the new Nightingale Hospital being built on a former Homebase DIY store site in …

Steelwork rises for Gloucester redevelopment

Working on behalf of main contractor Kier, Mifflin Construction is fabricating, supplying and erecting 400t of steelwork for the first phase of Gloucester’s …

Frame keeps project in good health

A steel-framed solution has provided a new health centre with a future-proofed flexible design and the desired clear spans. Martin Cooper reports from …

Frame up for new Greenock health centre

More than 450t of structural steelwork has been erected to form the frame for the new Greenock Health and Care Centre in Scotland. The £21M centre, located on …

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