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New steel sector education and marketing initiative

BCSA has launched Steel for Life – a new market development programme designed to ensure that steel maintains and develops its leading position as the …

No crisis in structural steelwork supply

The words ‘steel’ and ‘crisis’ have been inseparable in newspaper headlines for the past couple of weeks, with good reason as the steel making industry …

Good time for developers to build

Outside the Westminster venue of the BCSA’s National Meeting on the last day of February the Capital showed signs of the first buds of spring, but the green …

Market share stays strong

Steel continues to be overwhelmingly the structural framing material of choice for multi storey non-residential buildings, according to the latest survey from …

April 2012 – Strength and Diversity

Two items in particular will grab attention in this month’s news section; the amazingly strong and diverse field of entries for the Structural Steel Design …

Steel remains the competitive choice

Steel is still the framing material of choice and the competitive option for the construction of multi-storey buildings. The 2010 Market Share Survey conducted …

Steel still the competitive option

Steel is emerging from the recession as still the framing material of choice for the multi-storey buildings market. The 2009 Market Share Survey conducted by …

The case for steel – The market votes for steel

The competitive gap between steel and concrete frames is widening, according to the latest independently produced Cost Comparison study. Steel retains its …

Sustainability puts steel first

The 2008 Market Shares Survey – the 28th in this series of annual surveys – shows that steel’s share of the key multi storey market remains above 70% …

Sustainability drives steel market share

Constructional steelwork is still the framing material of choice for the overwhelming majority of the market. This is proven by the latest annual Construction …

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