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East London bridge installed on Christmas Day

Civil engineering contractor Graham successfully installed a new pedestrian and cycle bridge in east London during the early hours of Christmas Day. The …

News in Brief: November 2018

London’s Science Museum was the venue for the UK Steel Innovation Day 2018, where representatives gathered to demonstrate the crucial role a modern and …

Stronger steels in high demand

ArcelorMittal reports increasing use of high strength steels offering weight and cost savings across the worldwide markets that it operates in, as Neil Tilley …

London’s Olympic legacy

Nearly three years ago London hosted one of the most successful Olympic and Paralympic Games in modern times, but what has happened to those iconic venues? NSC …

Steel gaining international repute

Now that the general election is behind us and a potentially stable government is in place for another five year term the wind looks to be set fair for another …

September 2012 – Post Olympic glow

The London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics is vying for the accolade of the best organised and brilliantly delivered Olympic Games ever. For a few weeks the …

Olympic water polo venue completed

One of the final pieces of the London 2012 Olympic Park – the Water Polo Arena – has been completed and will begin to host test events during May. …

Steel sculpture goes for Olympic run

A large sculpture featuring three 10t letters, spelling out the word ‘RUN’, has been installed in the London 2012 Olympic Park. Created by renowned artist …

Olympic Park transformation gathers pace

As the countdown begins, these latest images bear witness to the fact that the construction programme at the Olympic Park is within touching distance of the …

Around the Press – April 2011

Construction News 17 March 2011 Shoppers and shovels kept separate at mall (Bluewater Events Venue) In the halls, the steel frame has been reinforced so that …

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