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British Steel launches new high-strength structural steel grade

A new high-strength structural steel grade, designed for multi-storey high-rise buildings has been launched by British Steel. The new S460M grade, which can …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Steel construction quality stands out

The entire construction team on the steel-framed Bloomberg European headquarters building in the City will be delighted to have received further recognition of …

Comprehensive steel cost guidance now available

The first of a new series of structural steelwork cost guidance articles from AECOM, the British Constructional Steelwork Association and Steel for Life has …

Towering export success for decking supplier

Structural Metal Decks (SMD) is supplying 114,000m² of its TR80+ floor decking to the Tiara United Towers project in Dubai. Located on the main road into …

Steel delivering value

Our news section always carries examples of projects that highlight the benefits of using steel as a framing material. This week’s news includes a story …

Steel dominates frames market

The UK market for multi-storey and single storey structural frames remains dominated by steel solutions according to the latest independent research by …

City of London’s tallest tower gets the green light

Plans to build the tallest tower in the City of London have been given the green light by planners. The building at 1 Undershaft, also known as the Trellis, …

London’s Scalpel building takes shape

Eventually reaching a height of 190m, 52 Lime Street – otherwise known as the Scalpel – is rapidly taking shape in the City of London. Joining a …

Steelwork contractor confirmed for City’s tallest tower

Severfield has confirmed that it has won the contract to fabricate, supply and erect the steel frame for 22 Bishopsgate, a structure that will on completion be …

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