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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 …

Stairs installed for major City of London commercial scheme

Peter Marshall Steel Stairs (a subsidiary of Billington Holdings) has worked collaboratively with main contractor, Multiplex, to design, fabricate, …

Steel exhibits long span qualities

Due to be completed next year and aiming to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating, the further expansion of ExCeL London once again sees steel construction …

Green light for south London multi-storey logistics hub

Developer British Land has received planning permission for a 13,000m2 multi-level logistics scheme in south London. The project will be built on Mandela Way, …

AWARD: HYLO, London

A total of 13 new steel-framed floors have been added to a 1960s-built office block, resulting in one of the most pioneering tall building retrofit projects in …

COMMENDATION: Montacute Yards, London

Comprising new offices, retail outlets and a warehouse, alongside the refurbishment of a Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, a Shoreditch brownfield site has …

COMMENDATION: The Outernet, London

Music, arts and culture are at the heart of a four-building development that sits adjacent to London’s Denmark Street, a thoroughfare steeped in musical …

MERIT: Cody Dock Bridge, London

Complex and unique engineering challenges were overcome to design and install a new rolling steel bridge, spanning the entrance to a reinvigorated dock near …

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