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Steel design blossoms at business park

An exposed steel-framed design has given maximum flexibility to the Project Violet scheme, which is providing office space for scientific research and …

Steel production at former TV studio

The redevelopment of the old Granada Television Studios in Manchester is now in full swing, as the steelwork completes on one of the scheme’s new office …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

Contractor named for Sky expansion

Leading media company Sky has appointed ISG to build a new innovation centre at its campus in Osterley, West London. As the latest phase in the redevelopment …

Steelwork provides safe design

Owned by INEOS, one of the world’s largest chemical businesses, INOVYN ChlorVinyls is constructing a new office complex at its site in Runcorn. A £23M …

Steelwork contractor named for major Glasgow commercial development

Following on from its previous success on phase 1 of Bothwell Exchange, BHC has been appointed as the structural steelwork contractor for phase 2 of the …

Steel drives car showroom design

The ability to create long clear spans, as well as its speed of construction, are some of the reasons why steelwork is the ideal framing solution for car …

Steel creates stand-out campus

Overlooking a Scottish Borders town, an architecturally-impressive school campus has been constructed with a steel framing solution. Three existing schools in …

Work to start on Farringdon office scheme

International workspace provider HB Reavis has reaffirmed its commitment to London with the acquisition of the 12,800m² Crossrail Over-Site Development (OSD) …

SSDA celebrates 50 years

Having started in 1969, the Structural Steel Design Awards are this year celebrating their 50th anniversary. In the fourth of a series of articles, NSC looks …

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