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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 …

Museum displays steel frame

Described as one of the world’s most significant cultural projects, the Victoria and Albert Museum is currently constructing two new sites in east London as …

Forging a new way

Steelwork is playing a significant role at the Forge project in London, where an innovative method is being used that could transform the construction industry …

Contractor named for prestigious Mayfair commercial scheme

Mace has been appointed by Astrea to deliver a new office development at 38 Berkeley Square. Located in the heart of London’s Mayfair district, 38 Berkeley …

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 …

Stadium up and running

Steelwork has been completed for the eye-catching new West Stand at the Alexander Stadium; the centrepiece venue for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth

Work underway on Outstanding London office scheme

Work has started on a 10-storey BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ steel-framed office development at 33 Charterhouse Street in central London.Located adjacent to …

Steel takes the load

The London School of Economics’ new Marshall Building includes a number of steelwork elements that are helping the design to achieve the overall …

Steelwork package awarded for major Paddington scheme

Steelwork contractor William Hare has been appointed to deliver 5,300t of structural steelwork for the £350M Paddington Square project in west London. Mace …

Mace issues multi-million-pound plans for Stevenage

Known as SG1, Mace has submitted a planning application for a multi-million-pound scheme to redevelop 14.5 acres of Stevenage town centre. The proposals will …

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