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BCSA President praises steelwork sector’s resilience

Speaking at the British Constructional Steelwork Association’s (BCSA) National Dinner, sponsored by Barrett Steel, Strumis and Ficep, BCSA President Mark …

President’s Column

Large energy and construction material price increases, due to the recovery from COVID-19 and more recently with the problems in Ukraine, are still the main …

Market shares and demand outlook strengthen

There is a lot of encouraging news around giving confidence that the outlook for the economy is positive for at least the next two years or so. The worst of …

President’s Column: February 2022

The legacy of Covid is still causing problems, there is still a significant amount of money that has been artificially put into the system by most western …

Confidence returns to London office market

According to the latest London Office Crane Survey by Deloitte, the capital’s commercial office market is experiencing a significant upturn in confidence as …

Demand for high-rise buildings remains strong

According to the latest construction report from AMA Research, the pipeline of high-rise buildings across the UK remains strong, with around 549 projects …

President’s Column: September 2021

Compared to the last six months, the atmosphere in the industry today does seem a lot more stable. The majority of steelwork contractors seem to be much busier …

President’s Column, June 2021

The combined effect of a COVID lockdown and a typical British winter and spring have been very trying mentally for all employees. We can all see that creeping …

Steel forms City’s sustainable tower

An evolving design and high sustainability credentials have both been key ingredients for 8 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s latest landmark high-rise …

Record number of high-rise buildings in London for 2019

Sixty tall buildings, of more than 20-storeys, were completed in Greater London in 2019, the highest number on record and an increase of 140% from the number …

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