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

King’s Cross expands with steel

FACT FILEP2 Building, King’s Cross, LondonMain client: King’s Cross Central Limited PartnershipArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main …

Development plans provide boost for City commercial sector

Plans for two high-rise office schemes have been revealed that could provide a significant boost to the commercial sector in the City of London. Hong …

Carbon efficient schemes planned for Southwark

Paving the way for a more sustainable construction industry, CIT and Foster + Partners have revealed plans for what is said to be London’s first ever …

Feature steel staircase for landmark Bristol development

A steel helical staircase, to be fabricated by Taunton Fabrications, will be a feature element of a new 7-storey commercial scheme, which forms the latest …

Offices of the future demand steel’s flexibility

Twelve months ago, the first Editor’s Comment of 2020 lamented that events had thrown all sectors of the economy into even more uncertainty than usual …

Steel frames civic pride

Sunderland’s new City Hall is the latest project on a large regeneration scheme, which is transforming a former brewery site into a mixed-use neighbourhood. …

Warrington indoor market officially opens

The new steel-framed permanent home for Warrington’s award-winning market has now officially opened safely and in line with government guidelines heralding …

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

News in Brief – July/August 2020

Severfield has reported a healthy level of tendering in key market sectors in its annual results for the year to 31 March 2020. Chief Executive Officer Alan …

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