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Ton up for car park specialist

Steel construction has been completed, in quick time, on a car park in Hatfield, a project which also represents a significant landmark for contractor Bourne …

Bourne Parking reaches a century of car parks

Bourne Parking (part of the Bourne Group) is currently constructing its 100th car park since the turn of the century. The Commons multi-storey car park in …

Rising high

FACT FILECity Quays 3, BelfastMain client: Belfast HarbourArchitect: RPP ArchitectsMain contractor: FarransStructural engineer: Doran ConsultingSteelwork …

Steelwork rises for Gloucester redevelopment

Working on behalf of main contractor Kier, Mifflin Construction is fabricating, supplying and erecting 400t of steelwork for the first phase of Gloucester’s …

Steelwork creates safe parking

Clad in order to reference the city’s maritime past, a new multi-storey car park in Liverpool has been built using a steel frame as the material offered the …

Liverpool replacement car park on course for summer opening

Containing 1,452 spaces, a new steel-framed multi-storey car park is due to open at Liverpool’s Kings Dock later this summer, replacing a concrete-framed …

Consent given for major Manchester regeneration scheme

Manchester City Council has approved plans for the £1.4bn regeneration of the former industrial Mayfield area near Piccadilly railway station. Plans envisage …

Building a better town centre

A multi-award-winning regeneration scheme, The Glass Works will provide a vibrant and modern retail and leisure offering which will transform Barnsley town …

Bespoke design for city gateway

Steel-framed commercial buildings, each with their own individual design, are taking centre stage on a multi-million-pound development in Salford. Martin …

Full circle

Structural steelwork has been chosen as the framing solution for two commercial blocks on a multi-million-pound mixed-use scheme in central Manchester. A large …

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