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Hybrid design creates landmark structure

A new steel frame, combined with retained concrete elements, both of which reuse existing foundations, is helping to create an economically-designed commercial …

Contractor named for Sky expansion

Leading media company Sky has appointed ISG to build a new innovation centre at its campus in Osterley, West London. As the latest phase in the redevelopment …

Stands bowled by steel

Structural steelwork is playing an integral part in MCC’s masterplan to redevelop its historic Lord’s Cricket Ground. Martin Cooper reports on the first …

National Finalists – SSDA 2019

Project Mint at The O2 FACT FILE Architect: CallisonRTKL Structural engineer: BuroHappold Engineering Steelwork contractor: Bourne Steel Ltd Main contractor: …

Work starts on Lord’s cricket ground redevelopment

The £52M redevelopment at Lord’s cricket ground has officially started as main contractor ISG and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have broken ground to …

Steel at home

A residential scheme in Liverpool’s creative and digital quarter is using a steel framing solution due to the material’s spanning qualities and ability …

Recognition for steel projects at RICS awards

Major completed projects throughout the UK, which utilised a steel-framed solution, were winners at the regional RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered …

Major residential scheme takes shape on Merseyside

Working on behalf of main contractor ISG, Walter Watson has completed the erection of 1,200t of steelwork for a residential scheme in Liverpool’s Baltic …

Yorkshire gets fitness boost

An economically-designed steel-framed leisure centre is set to provide the local community in Bradford with modern sporting facilities. One of the more active …

Contractor named for TK Maxx’s steel-framed HQ

ISG has been awarded the contract to build a landmark steel-framed headquarters building for high street retailer TK Maxx opposite Watford Junction station. …

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