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Steel provides office flexibility

A mixed-use hub within the nearly-complete King’s Cross development, has used a steel-framed solution for its commercial office

Barking’s innovative industrial development tops out

The steel-framed Industria development in Barking, east London, which will accommodate four-storeys of light industrial spaces, has topped out. The project …

Industrial project stacks up

Described as a vertical trading estate and delivering 45 units within a four-storey structure, Industria is a pioneering and modern approach to accommodating …

Commercial extension

Two existing office blocks that span over some of London Victoria’s busiest railway lines are both being enlarged with new steel-framed floors.

News in Brief: June 2021

Planning approval has been given for the creation of a SeedPod hub on the outskirts of Aberdeen for the food and drink industry. The £21M investment – …

Steel scores for City

A signature steel-framed structure housing a full-size football pitch is the focal point of Leicester City’s new state-of-the-art training centre. Leicester …

Contractor named for Leicester City’s new training centre

Leicester City Football Club has appointed McLaren Construction as the principal contractor to build its new state-of-the-art training centre at the former …

Drake leisure scheme sails into port

Offering 12 cinema screens and a host of retail and restaurant outlets, the Drake Circus leisure development is set to transform the site of a previously …

Plymouth scheme will transform city centre

Structural steelwork for the Drake Circus development in Plymouth city centre is rapidly taking shape and the project is due to complete in autumn 2019. The …

Merit: Market Place Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Bolton

An historic shopping centre has undergone a major transformation with the addition of a cinema complex along with the internal re-structuring of the central …

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