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Updated NSSS includes new intumescent paint section

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BSCA) has published the 7th edition of the National Structural Steelwork Specification for buildings (NSSS). …

An introduction to section bending

Bending steel sections to help create stunning architectural designs not only allows steelwork to show its flexibility in construction, the process is also …

Cast-in plates

Richard Henderson of the SCI discusses the design of plates cast into concrete to connect to steel beams and the forthcoming SCI design guide. Introduction It …

BCSA publishes NSSS 6th edition

The British Constructional Steelwork Association [BCSA] has published the 6th Edition of the National Structural Steelwork Specification [NSSS] for Building …

Highly regarded engineer awarded Fellowship at National Dinner

The well-known and highly regarded structural engineer Roger Pope, who has been a specialist technical consultant to the BCSA and Tata Steel for many years, …

Steel construction gets the red carpet

One of Europe’s largest retained façades is being incorporated into a new steel-framed mixed-use development on London’s famous Leicester Square. Martin …

CE Marking edition of NSSS updated

To help specifiers fully understand the forthcoming CE Marking standard for structural steelwork, the BCSA and SCI are updating the National Structural …

News in Brief – April 2007

Cleveland Bridge will supply approximately 8,000t of structural steelwork for the construction of two 16-storey towers at Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands. …

Update for steelwork specification

National Structural Steelwork Specification for Building Construction – 5th Edition was published last month. Dr David Moore, BCSA Director of Engineering …

New steelwork specification

The 5th edition of the National Structural Steelwork Specification for Building (NSSS) is now available. Published on 1 January, the revision was prompted by …

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