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Steel performs well in constrained market

Structural steelwork increased its market share in key sectors during 2020, despite most areas of the construction industry severely contracting due to the …

Steel increases market share in key multi-storey sector

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

Steel dominates market

The most comprehensive building frames market research carried out in the UK confirms the overwhelming dominance of steel construction in the key multi storey …

Steel remains the competitive choice

Steel is confirmed as the structural framing solution of choice of the overwhelming bulk of the multi storey buildings market in the 2007 Market Shares Survey. …

March 2008 – Sustainability underpins healthy market share

While the woes of the financial sector continue to excite the headline writers, more positive news is beginning to filter through from those who work in the …

April 2007 – Worldwide admiration for UK steel

The UK’s constructional steelwork sector is the marvel of the world. Well you knew you were good, go on admit it, but to hear it at the BCSA National Dinner …

Competitive sustainability boosts market share for steel

Steel has broken the 2005 record share of the multi storey non-residential building frames market, with a 71.8% share in 2006 of a market that rose by 3.7%, …

Surveys show 25 years of steel’s success

The headline news from the 2005 Market Shares Survey is that steel’s share of the multi storey non-residential buildings market for frames has reached 70% …

Market share hits all time high

Steel’s share of the multi storey non-residential buildings market for frames has reached 70% for the first time, according to the 2005 Market Shares Survey …

May 2005 – Developers are supersizing sheds

The market for sheds has been buoyant in recent years and is the lifeblood for more than a few steelwork specialists.  Demand in this sector is driven …

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