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Plans revealed for major British Library extension

Developers Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan UK have unveiled plans for a major extension to the British Library site in London’s St Pancras area. Designed by …

Rising with ladder frames

A stability balancing act is at the heart of the design for 22 Ropemaker Street, a landmark City of London steel-framed office development. Martin Cooper …

Steel checks in for Grosvenor Square hotel project

Working on behalf of main contractor Multiplex, Severfield is currently fabricating, supplying and erecting the steelwork a new hotel project housed in the …

Go-ahead given for major Farringdon refurbishment scheme

Developer Welput and its funding partner BentallGreenOak have received planning consent for the refurbishment and extension of its Farringdon Road Estate to …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Steel highlights at commercial redevelopment

A well-known building in east London is undergoing a refurbishment programme that includes upgrading its existing six floors and adding a six-storey …

Prestigious LSE building completed

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), is celebrating the completion of its Marshall Building, a project that features integral steel …

Commercial extension

Two existing office blocks that span over some of London Victoria’s busiest railway lines are both being enlarged with new steel-framed floors.

Trusses support super Nova at Victoria

The second phase of the Nova development in central London is once again using structural steelwork’s numerous attributes for the 17-storey n2 commercial …

The Recreational Complex

Recent years have seen the development of multi-activity sports and recreational com­plexes. There is clearly need for more. Gerry Williamson writes here of …

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