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Steel scales new heights

A steel-framed structure, incorporating three separate floor levels, has proven to be the ideal solution for an Olympic-level climbing centre in

Steel design blossoms at business park

An exposed steel-framed design has given maximum flexibility to the Project Violet scheme, which is providing office space for scientific research and …

Steel up for Olympic-level climbing centre

Oldham town centre is the location for a new Olympic-level climbing centre, being built by The Stoller Charitable Trust. Climbing is one of the world’s …

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 …

Steelwork creates safe parking

Clad in order to reference the city’s maritime past, a new multi-storey car park in Liverpool has been built using a steel frame as the material offered the …

Prime offices spur regional activity

Manchester’s commercial sector has seen record levels of activity in recent years and Eleven York Street is one of the projects set to complete this year. …

Liverpool replacement car park on course for summer opening

Containing 1,452 spaces, a new steel-framed multi-storey car park is due to open at Liverpool’s Kings Dock later this summer, replacing a concrete-framed …

News in Brief: July/August 2018

Underlying pre-tax profit at steelwork contractor Severfield rose 19% to £23.5M for the 12 months ending 31 March 2018, keeping the Group on track to deliver …

Steel checks in for town centre redevelopment

The steel-framed Porter Building is one of the most prominent schemes in the wide-ranging redevelopment of Slough town centre. Martin Cooper reports. With the …

Innovation gong for offloading frame

Leach Structural Steelwork’s offloading frame won the Innovation category at the North West Construction Safety Group awards. Allowing an operative to safely …

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