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Top marks for steel design

Steel construction is playing a leading role in the delivery of a major upgrade that will increase a south London school’s capacity and provide new and …

Prime City location gets makeover

Forming part of a 10-year redevelopment of the Broadgate campus, structural steelwork is nearing completion on British Land’s most energy efficient building …

Final phase of Olympia steel package underway

Forming one of the final steel-framed elements of the wider Olympia redevelopment scheme in west London, the G-Gate building is currently underway. The complex …

Permission granted for major Fulham wharf development

Henley Investment Management has received planning permission to build a cluster of 17-storey residential buildings with 276 apartments at the Albert & …

Steel provides Excellent solution

Reusing existing foundations and sourcing EAF produced steelwork have helped to reduce embodied carbon on a City of London commercial scheme. FACT …

Reused steel aids circular economy

Adding to TBC.London’s sustainability credentials, and said to be a first for UK construction, pre-Second World War steelwork from an Oxford Street …

London heritage building to convert to life sciences hub

Wates has begun work to convert the Grade-II listed Victoria House in central London into a 27,800m state-of-the-art life sciences hub. Working on behalf of …

News in Brief: February 2024

Main contractor Glencar has been appointed by investment management and advisory firm Vengrove, to construct two warehouse units of 3,900m2 and 5,300m2 at …

Passport to a circular economy

Featuring a number of sustainable credentials, the 12-storey Edenica office development is the first City of London scheme to use Materials Passports, digital …

Mixed-use scheme lights up Piccadilly

Sat behind London’s most famous billboard, a new steel-framed seven-storey development has reimagined a previously under-used site. FACT FILELucent at 1 …

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