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Steel-framed offices achieve outstanding aims

The EQ project in Bristol aims to be one of the city’s first new-build commercial developments to commit to target carbon net-zero in operation in accordance …

Leisure boost

Structural steelwork is providing all of the answers for the construction of a state-of-the-art BREEAM ‘Excellent’ replacement leisure centre in

Railway extension on time with steel

The longest spans of the 1.5km-long Barking Riverside Viaduct, which is a vital component of a new railway extension, have been formed with structural …

Future-proofed recycling

Described as a facility of the future, the steel-framed Sherbourne Resource Centre will, on completion, offer a sustainable solution for recyclable household …

Steel spans for major east London viaduct

East London’s 1.5km-long Barking Riverside Viaduct is nearing completion in readiness for a new railway line to open this Autumn. Crossing rail, road and …

Factory of trusses

Providing a permanent home for the biennial Manchester International Festival (MIF), one of the largest purpose-built cultural buildings in the world is taking …

Steel creates leisure and care hub

Structural steelwork is playing a major role in the construction of the multi-million-pound Allander Leisure and Day Care Centre in the East Dunbartonshire …

Steel scores for Wiltshire leisure facility

The need for long internal column-free spans and a quick construction programme meant a steel-framed solution was the project team’s choice for the Melksham …

More leisure facilities for Cumbria

Structural steelwork has provided an economic framing solution for the £25M redevelopment of Carlisle’s Sands

Paddington transformed

The redevelopment of the west London area of Paddington is continuing apace with the construction of an 18-storey steel-framed structure that contains a new …

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