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Carbon efficient schemes planned for Southwark

Paving the way for a more sustainable construction industry, CIT and Foster + Partners have revealed plans for what is said to be London’s first ever …

New station inspired by steel

High Speed 2 (HS2) has shortlisted three contractors that will be invited to tender for the project’s £570M Birmingham Curzon Street station. The firms …

News in Brief; April 2020

New Steel Construction magazine is hoping to continue with hard copy distribution throughout the current COVID-19 health crisis. However, as you may now be …

Capital regeneration

Numerous column grid patterns, requiring hundreds of tonnes of transfer structures, are helping to create a large retail-led mixed-use scheme in central …

Contracts signed for major Soho mixed-use scheme

Laing O’Rourke has signed a construction contract for the steel-framed Soho Place development in central London. Soho Place is a mixed-use scheme above the …

Steelwork continues apace on St James retail scheme

A major transformation is taking place in Edinburgh city centre as the St James Centre continues to take shape. The project will reinvigorate the city’s East …

Commendation: Two St. Peter’s Square, Manchester

Two St. Peter’s Square is a new build, Grade A office space in the heart of Manchester city centre, consisting of 12-storeys above ground and two basement …

Manchester Airport celebrates one year of construction

Manchester Airport has marked one year of construction on the biggest investment project in its history, which will see Terminal 2 become 150% bigger. The …

A nod to an engineer

Exposed steelwork is the order of the day for a new eye-catching commercial development in west London. Martin Cooper reports. Overlooking the Grand Union …

In the post

A former Royal Mail sorting office is being reconfigured into a new mixed-use development with large areas of the original steel structure being retained. …

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