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Structural steelwork is providing all of the answers for the construction of a state-of-the-art BREEAM ‘Excellent’ replacement leisure centre in

Cumbernauld town centre set for major transformation

North Lanarkshire Council has confirmed an agreement to purchase The Centre Cumbernauld as part of its plans for a major redevelopment of the town. The Centre …

Blackpool indoor theme park given green light

Blackpool Council has given the green light for a £300M leisure complex for the town’s Golden Mile seafront. Councillors backed plans to build Blackpool …

Steel scores for Wiltshire leisure facility

The need for long internal column-free spans and a quick construction programme meant a steel-framed solution was the project team’s choice for the Melksham …

More leisure facilities for Cumbria

Structural steelwork has provided an economic framing solution for the £25M redevelopment of Carlisle’s Sands

Steel rises for Dunbartonshire leisure and care hub

East Dunbartonshire Council is investing £42.5M for the construction of the Allander Leisure and Day Care Centre in Bearsden. The large steel-framed complex …

News in Brief: September 2021

South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust has unveiled plans to build a new Eye Hospital in the centre of Sunderland as part of the City’s ambitious …

Steel makes a splash for seaside leisure

East Anglia’s premier seaside resort is building a new steel-framed leisure and sport centre that will provide a major year-round facility for tourists and …

Winners crowned in TEKLA 2021 Awards

British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) members have won four of the categories at this year’s UK Tekla Awards. Trimble’s annual UK Tekla …

British Land gives green light to Aldgate tower

Developer British Land has committed to Phase 2 of Aldgate Place, a 12,600m2 residential led, mixed-use scheme located on the fringe of the City of London. The …

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