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Three bridges for Preston link

The installation of the first of three steel bridges that will form key elements of a major infrastructure project in Lancashire has been

Highways England updates Series 1800, Structural Steelwork Specification

Highways England has published updated versions of the Specification for Highway Works (SHW) Series 1800 – Structural Steelwork and the associated Notes …

Up the junction

FACT FILEA19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Tyne and WearMain client: Highways EnglandMain contractor: CostainStructural engineer: JacobsSteelwork …

Contract awarded for A19 flyover

Forming part of Highways England’s A19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Cleveland Bridge has been awarded the contract to install a new 141.4m-long …

New requirement for ISO 3834 certification

Highways England has updated the National Highways Sector Scheme 20 document (NHSS 20), which sets out the particular requirements for quality management …

Monkey Island bridge installed over M4

Cleveland Bridge has installed an 82.4m-long, 400t steel bridge at Monkey Island as part of a major upgrade of the M4 motorway between junctions 3 and 12. …

Tata Steel’s Celsius® sections approved to NHSS

Tata Steel’s Celsius® range of hot-finished hollow sections have achieved external certification to the National Highways Sector Scheme 3B (NHSS 3B). Since …

ArcelorMittal achieves NHSS accreditation

ArcelorMittal Downstream Solutions [AMDS], Scunthorpe has extended its quality management system to comply with the requirements of BS EN ISO 9001:2015 and …

SCCS achieves highways accreditation

Following a UKAS assessment, the Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) has successfully become the first Certification Body to become accredited to …

UKAS delivers steel sector scheme

The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has published National Highways Sector Scheme 3B – Stocking and Distribution activities for Structural Steel …

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