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First contract awarded for King’s Cross mixed-use scheme

VolkerFitzpatrick has been awarded a £29M contract by Reef Group, to deliver The Apex, one of six mixed-use new builds forming the ‘Tribeca’ development …

King’s Cross expands with steel

FACT FILEP2 Building, King’s Cross, LondonMain client: King’s Cross Central Limited PartnershipArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Yin and yang towers

Steelwork has been completed on the second of twin commercial buildings in King’s Cross, that have been designed to look like they have been pulled apart …

Steel completes on second of twin King’s Cross commercial developments

The main steel frame for the 12-storey S1 commercial block in London’s King’s Cross development has been completed. Requiring 2,400t of steel, the building …

News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

Commendation: Four Pancras Square, London

Featuring a weathering steel exoskeleton, Four Pancras Square is the last of six new commercial buildings within King’s Cross Development Zone B. Situated on …

News in Brief: September 2018

FICEP UK is holding a two-day open house, on 3rd and 4th October, to promote the latest in technological advancements in steel processing. The company will …

Pre-let success

A steel-framed solution was the answer for the latest stand-out commercial development in London’s King’s Cross. Martin Cooper reports. The latest …

Frame completes on latest King’s Cross commercial block

The latest steel-framed building to top-out at the large King’s Cross development is Building S2, situated on Handyside Street. Already fully let, the …

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