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Lindapter to offer CPD seminar to specifiers of steelwork connections

Steelwork clamping systems producer Lindapter are to offer a new Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminar to specifiers involved with the design of …

Steel connections get CE Marking

Lindapter has gained CE Mark approvals for its latest range of steel connection systems, which it said further demonstrates its commitment to high quality …

News in Brief: September 2017

Lindapter’s Type AAF clamps have been specified for attaching multiple support brackets to steel beams at the Allerton Waste Recovery Park in North …

Steel prototype building demonstrates sustainable approach

A steel-framed prototype building, being exhibited as part of the London Design Festival, is demonstrating the viability of a circular sustainable economy …

News in Brief – May 2016

BE Wedge [part of the Wedge Group] has played its part in the redevelopment of the fire-damaged Hastings pier in East Sussex by providing more than 15t of …

News in Brief: February 2016

Bernard Shuttleworth, BCSA President from 1986-88, died on 28 December. During his long career in the steelwork sector, Bernard was Managing Director of Robert …

New design guide from Lindapter

Lindapter has launched an updated 76-page product guide for engineers and other professionals involved in the design of structural and secondary steel …

Clamps specified for Forth Crossing

Lindapter Type AAF clamps have been specified for securing the cable management systems along the entire Forth Replacement Crossing. Due to open in 2016, the …

News in Brief – July 2015

A new off-the-shelf Adjustable Lifting Point (ALP) from Lindapter is said to be suitable for rigging and lifting up to three metric tonnes at an angle +/- …

News in Brief: November 2014

A new City of London office tower, 52 Lime Street (dubbed the Scalpel), has been awarded the first-ever BREEAM UK New Construction 2014 certificate for …

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