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Sustainability drives office design

Structural steelwork’s lightweight attributes and sustainability credentials have proven to be ideal for an over-station office development in the City of …

Vital Greenwich link installed

Crossing the Blackwall Tunnel Approach Road, a new steel footbridge forms a vital, as well as the only, means of pedestrian access between the two halves of …

Patient design

Structural steelwork has provided the solution for a mental health inpatient unit that has wellbeing and a therapeutic environment at the heart of its design. …

AWARD: One Centenary Way, Birmingham

Spanning the A38, a 13-storey steel-framed structure, featuring exoskeletons on four elevations, was the first building to be constructed in phase two of …

Top marks for steel

Following the principles set out in its own design guide for schools, Kier Construction is utilising a steel-framed solution for its latest educational project …

Portal frames logistics expansion

The South of England’s stock of first-class logistics space is set to get a significant boost when G-Park Basingstoke completes early next year. FACT …

Steel completes on Bedford head office project

Steelwork erection has been completed for a new group head office for MIDA Civil Engineering in Maulden, Bedfordshire. Set across 2.5-acres of land, the …

Steel aids quicker programme

Lessons learnt from the first phase of construction at NewCold’s latest cold storage facility have helped make the second steelwork programme even more …

Bridge creates new transportation link

A weathering steel footbridge will provide a direct and safe link for both pedestrians and cyclists between Stockport’s new bus interchange and the town’s …

Riverside refurbishment

A 1980s-built City of London office block is being redeveloped and enlarged with structural steelwork forming a south elevation that overlooks the River Thames …

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