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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 …

President’s Column May 2020

We’re all acclimatising ourselves to new ways of working. For most steelwork contractors the restrictions have resulted in home working and social distancing …

President’s Column: March 2020

Sorry to start on a gloomy note, but I’m dismayed to read on a regular basis that main and specialist contractors are going under or in difficulty. These are …

BCSA prepared for Brexit – and beyond

Brexit-related caution is reportedly holding up developments across UK industry, to the detriment of construction order books. Recent figures from ABI Barbour …

New chapters in steel’s success story

Recent surveys show that the construction market has paused for breath after a strong run lasting several years (see News). Brexit and the business cycle …

Steel supply chain sets a lead to follow

Construction seems to have been on the edge of one of its periodic crises of confidence this summer, perhaps not entirely without good reason. Pundits point to …

Challenges rising on President’s watch

Meeting the challenges of continuous change and uncertainty is the day-to-day business of senior management, but new BCSA President Tim Outteridge is becoming …

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