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Steel forms City’s sustainable tower

An evolving design and high sustainability credentials have both been key ingredients for 8 Bishopsgate, the City of London’s latest landmark high-rise …

Landmark Swansea bridge lifted into position

An eye-catching steel footbridge has been installed as part of the Copr Bay Phase One Regeneration and Arena Scheme in Swansea. With a 50m-span, the bridge …

Flexibility spans the frame

FACT FILESandwell Aquatics CentreMain client: Sandwell Metropolitan Borough CouncilArchitect: Roberts Limbrick ArchitectsMain contractor: Wates …

Bridge links city bypass

Forming an important part of the Lincoln A15 Eastern Bypass, a weathering steel bridge carrying two railway lines has been successfully installed. Covering a …

An introduction to surface preparation for corrosion protection

Cost-effective corrosion protection of structural steelwork can be achieved through the appropriate application of paint and metallic coatings and should …

An introduction to corrosion protection

NSC looks at corrosion protection, outlining the issues which should be considered and the preventative processes adopted to ensure the durability and …

Hot and cold

A swimming pool and an ice rink are being built within one large steel-framed structure in Romford, presenting several challenges. Constructing two large …

Coatings restore historic airship hangar

Paint supplied by Hempel has been used for the restoration of a historic hangar once used to house airships at RAF Cardington in Bedfordshire. The structure is …

Steel protection

Advances in modern surface treatment technology, including coatings and galvanizing, are optimising the protection of constructional steelwork and delivering …

Steel sector remembers coatings specialist

Jack Tighe, founder of the Jack Tighe specialist coatings business has died aged 85 after a long illness. He had been in business since 1954 during which time …

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