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Steel creating Leicester’s Hotel Brooklyn

Approximately 750t of structural steelwork is being used to construct an hotel, which on completion will be linked to the adjacent Leicester Tigers Rugby Union …

Steel scores for City

A signature steel-framed structure housing a full-size football pitch is the focal point of Leicester City’s new state-of-the-art training centre. Leicester …

Contractor named for Leicester City’s new training centre

Leicester City Football Club has appointed McLaren Construction as the principal contractor to build its new state-of-the-art training centre at the former …

News in Brief: November 2018

London’s Science Museum was the venue for the UK Steel Innovation Day 2018, where representatives gathered to demonstrate the crucial role a modern and …

SSDA 2011 – Other finalists

The Point, Lancashire County Cricket Club Lancashire County Cricket Club’s vision, for the Point development at its Old Trafford ground, was to build a 1,000 …

SSDA 2009 – Other finalists

30 Crown Place, London EC2  The project at 30 Crown Place is a £60M 18 storey high commercial office development offering 17,500m² of grade A office space …

Tigers stand converted

A new grandstand at Leicester Tigers’ ground is nearing completion after the majority of construction work was carried out during a busy rugby season. Martin …

Leicester Tigers get a lift

Caunton Engineering has lifted the main roof truss into place for the new North Stand at Leicester Tigers rugby club’s Welford Road ground. The truss …

School for the future

The decision to use steel for a new school in Leicester allowed the construction team to meet very tight deadlines, as well as lending an important degree of …

Theatre offers an outside view

One of the most innovatively designed theatres ever built in the UK, incorporating high levels of architectural transparency, is being built in Leicester. …

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