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SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fifth and final article, NSC looks back at …

Award: London Olympic Roof Conversion

The stadium built for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games has been transformed with the addition of the world’s largest spanning tensile roof. …

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 …

News in Brief – May 2015

Tekla has launched Tekla Structural Designer, said to be a dedicated analysis and design software for structural engineers working on commercial building …

News in Brief – March 2015

The final part of Swindon’s steel framed £16.6M Regent Circus scheme – a six-screen Cineworld – has opened completing the town centre project. Anchored …

News in Brief – January 2015

The first roof panels have been lifted into place as the conversion of London’s former Olympic Stadium gathers pace. Approximately 10,000 panels will be …

Olympic Stadium races towards conversion

Work on the former London Olympic Stadium is progressing on schedule as main contractor Balfour Beatty has begun installing a new transparent roof, which on …

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 …

SSDA Award: Olympic Stadium, London

Completed within budget and early, the London 2012 Olympic Stadium has also achieved the client’s sustainability objectives, and is consequently the lightest …

Around the Press: July 2012

Construction News 24 May 2012 Visualising building’s future “Everyone knew who was working where and when,” says BAM regional planner David Carson. …

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