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Steel takes to the stage

A steel-framed commercial building forms one of the main elements of £750M mixed-use development in Shoreditch that also includes the remains of a …

Tay Bridge refurbishment wins national award

Following a 20-year refurbishment of the Tay Bridge, the UK’s longest railway structure, the work has been recognised as an outstanding achievement and …

Spanning the centuries

English Heritage is undertaking a major conservation programme to repair and conserve the world’s first single span cast iron arch bridge. Spanning the River …

Conservation work on world’s first iron bridge under way

Shropshire’s historic and iconic Iron Bridge has been shrouded in scaffolding to allow a much-needed conservation project to get under way. The project, the …

Coatings restore historic airship hangar

Paint supplied by Hempel has been used for the restoration of a historic hangar once used to house airships at RAF Cardington in Bedfordshire. The structure is …

Cast iron challenge

A steelwork contractor’s expertise has been used to re-erect three Listed Victorian cast iron gasholders. Martin Cooper reports. Three cast iron Victorian …

Other finalist – Visitor Centre, Stonehenge

The new £27M visitor centre at Stonehenge fulfils the client’s brief for a high quality building that appears light and unimposing in the landscape, whilst …

Historic mill to be restored with steel

Structural steel will play a significant role in the restoration and redevelopment of the world’s first iron-framed building. Situated on the northern edge …

Stonehenge a sustainability monument

The UK’s most famous ancient monument is being transformed by new and improved visitor facilities, with steelwork taking centre stage at the World Heritage …

Work progresses on Stonehenge visitor centre

Facilities at Stonehenge, one of the world’s most famous prehistoric sites, are being transformed by a number of improvements. Central to the works is a new …

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