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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. …

Winvic set to expand East Midlands Gateway

SEGRO has appointed Winvic Construction to build the fifth industrial unit at its flagship, 700-acre multi-modal logistics hub in the East Midlands. The …

Logistics in the frame

An East Midlands logistics park is currently completing its third phase, proving that steelwork has the right attributes to make it the ideal framing solution …

News in Brief: July 2019

The Steel Piling Group has recently updated its popular guide, Durability of Steel Piles (P422). The guide, published by the Steel Construction Institute …

News in Brief: May 2019

The £60M Sandwell Aquatics Centre, which will host events at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham has been given the final go-ahead by local councillors. …

Steel-framed parcel hub will create 750 jobs

Caunton Engineering has been awarded the steelwork package by main contractor Winvic Construction for a major DPD (Dynamic Parcel Delivery) parcel hub near …

Distribution centre offers more access

Avonmouth Access 18, one of the South West’s largest distribution parks, continues to expand as developer St. Modwen constructs the largest speculative …

Eastern Gateway

Huge quantities of steelwork and vast amounts of earthmoving are involved in the creation of one of the UK’s first inland ports, which will offer half a …

News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

Steelwork completes for Burton Gateway phase two

Located just south of Burton-upon-Trent, developer St. Modwen has completed phase two of its Burton Gateway distribution park. Phase two consists of three …

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