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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 …

Roof up on Kings Cross Coal Drops retail destination

Severfield has completed the steel erection for the Coal Drops Yard retail destination, located in the heart of the Kings Cross redevelopment scheme. The Coal …

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