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Spacious airport offices take off

Steel offers the solution for the latest office block at the World Business Centre near Heathrow Airport. Overlooking one of Heathrow Airport’s runways, the …

Terminal checks in with steel

Steel construction has come to the fore, above and below ground, during the building of a satellite pier at Heathrow Airport. Martin Cooper reports. The …

Heathrow’s satellite takes flight

Construction of Heathrow Airport’s satellite Pier 2B is now at an advanced stage with phase 1 of the project open to passengers, and phase 2 set to open in …

Around the Press – November/December 2011

Building Magazine 21 October 2011 Interview The grass may look greener abroad, but Haughey (Tom Haughey, Chief Executive of Severfield-Rowen) stresses that the …

Around the Press – September 2011

New Civil Engineer 28 July 2011 Column free at Cannon Street “Having to feed in 21m long Fabsec beams through the side of the station in the dead of night …

New terminal arriving at Heathrow

Steelwork erection is underway for Heathrow’s new energy efficient Terminal 2 building, a project which forms part of a multi-billion pound airport wide …

Steel – the never ending story

Reclaiming and reusing structural steelwork provides an environmental option unavailable with other construction materials, writes John Dowling, BCSA …

New extension lands at Heathrow

Heathrow Terminal 4 has been transformed into a light and airy airport building with the addition of a new extension featuring a 180m-long glazed façade. …

Heathrow takes off with new hotel

Main contractor John Sisk & Son has awarded the contract for the erection of structural steelwork on a new 350 bed Hilton Hotel at Heathrow Airport’s …

Major works progressing at Heathrow Airport

Refurbishment work at Heathrow Terminal 4 is currently on going with a new and improved check-in hall and airside lounge being constructed. The extended …

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