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New office neighbourhood for east London’s Stratford

Lendlease and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) have expressed a vote of confidence in the London office market through the establishment …

Museum displays steel frame

Described as one of the world’s most significant cultural projects, the Victoria and Albert Museum is currently constructing two new sites in east London as …

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 …

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