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Steel the ideal hospitals prescription

The National Health Service (NHS) and the construction industry are gearing up to deliver the biggest hospital investment programme for a generation. Steel …

One hundred and out

The second of two commercial buildings sat on a former railway station podium in Salford is quickly taking shape. Martin Cooper reports. The 100 Embankment …

Trusses provide towering support

The centrepiece of a central London mixed-use development is two residential towers supported on a series of 15 steel trusses. A prestigious mixed-use scheme …

Reaching new heights in the Midlands

Topping out at 23-storeys high, a student accommodation project will be Coventry’s tallest building. Martin Cooper reports. Car manufacturing, including the …

Drake leisure scheme sails into port

Offering 12 cinema screens and a host of retail and restaurant outlets, the Drake Circus leisure development is set to transform the site of a previously …

Steel leaves hospital design in good health

The flexibility of steelwork has come to the fore on a hospital project where an expandable and adaptable design has been successfully used. Rising up on the …

First City tower to complete in 2017

One Angel Court, a prestigious 24-storey prime office building in the heart of London’s financial district, next to the Bank of England, is said to be the …

Rebuilding a City tower

Situated within the Bank of England Conservation Area, the 1970s-built One Angel Court is being rebuilt with a steel frame to create a standout City of London …

Steel-framed office block completed at London’s Pancras Square

The penultimate building on the prestigious Pancras Square scheme, which forms an integral part of the Kings Cross development in north London, has been …

Kingdom of steel

One of the final structures within the 11-acre Paddington Central mixed-use campus is currently under construction with steelwork playing a crucial role. …

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