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Steel creates major south London mixed-use scheme

Working on behalf of Carey Group, Kiernan Structural Steel has fabricated, supplied and erected 400t of structural steelwork for the London Square mixed-use …

Steel serves up store refurbishment

A famous department store in Dublin is being refurbished with structural steelwork to form the centrepiece of a new mixed-use

Factory of the future

China’s leading biologics medicine manufacturer is constructing its first ever European production facility in Ireland. Martin Cooper reports from Dundalk. …

Irish steelwork contractor celebrates 30th anniversary

Kiernan Structural Steel (KSS) has celebrated 30 years of business by inviting its clients, suppliers and employees to a factory tour and an evening of …

Grandstand finish in sight at Curragh racecourse

Steelwork for the new main grandstand at the Curragh racecourse in Ireland, which forms the centrepiece to the large redevelopment scheme, is nearing …

Design software for SIN beams now available

The Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has completed designing a software programme for Ireland-based steelwork contractor Kiernan Structural Steel, covering …

Steel completed on Dublin distribution centre

Pallas Foods will create nearly 100 new jobs as part of a multi-million euro investment at its new distribution centre in North County Dublin. The project …

Steel powers energy design

A power station under construction at Great Island County Wexford will provide electricity to approximately 220,000 houses in south eastern Ireland. One of the …

Steel shapes Irish power plant

The steel frame for the Great Island combined cycle gas turbine power station in Wexford, Republic of Ireland is nearing completion. The 460MW plant, which is …

Steel is good for Guinness

The famous Guinness Brewery in Dublin is investing in new high-tech facilities housed inside a large steel framed structure. Glasses were raised to steel’s …

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