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Building for future health

As featured on television, a logistically-challenging site in the middle of two London hospitals has utilised steel construction to build a new five-storey …

Retail mall goes undercover

A £75M transformation of intu Trafford Centre’s Barton Square is in full swing, as a new glazed roof and dome now span the previously open mall. Martin …

Award: Knostrop Weir Foot and Cycle Bridge, Leeds

Knostrop Foot and Cycle Bridge serves to reconnect the Trans Pennine Trail, following the removal of a section of island between the River Aire and the Aire …

Peak development

Cambridge’s tallest office block will form the centrepiece of the city’s ambitious CB1 master plan. Cambridge is currently a hive of construction activity, …

Merit: Leeds Station Southern Entrance

The Leeds Station Southern Entrance has relieved congestion, future-proofed ticket line gate capacity and will encourage growth in the south of the city. …

SSDA 2016: National Finalists

Energy from Waste Facility, Peterborough FACT FILE Architect: BHP Design (UK) Ltd Structural engineer: MLM Consulting Engineers Ltd Steelwork contractor: …

News in Brief: October 2016

The Steel Construction Certification Scheme (SCCS) is looking for experienced contract auditors to join their team. Interested candidates should send their CV …

Essex gets retail therapy

A large steel-framed retail and leisure development is set to invigorate Chelmsford city centre. The Bond Street retail and leisure development will transform …

South entrance arrives at Leeds station

Thousands of commuters in Yorkshire are now enjoying quicker and easier journeys since the new £20M steel-framed south entrance at Leeds station was …

Excellent Manchester steel scheme kicks off

Developer Allied London has appointed BAM Construction to deliver its £73M steel-framed No.1 Spinningfields project in central Manchester. Situated on the …

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