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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. …

A tale of two cities

The steel-framed Embankment commercial development is the first part of a large regeneration scheme altering the area separating Manchester and Salford. Martin …

Weathering steel highlights offices

An exo-skeleton, fabricated entirely of weathering steel, has created the standout appearance and the column-free spans for the final commercial development at …

New town makeover

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a £250M retail scheme that will transform a large swathe of Bracknell town centre. One of the new towns built …

Rebuild for Merseyside hospital

Structural steelwork is playing a crucial role in the redevelopment of one of the largest hospitals in the north of England. Currently under construction, the …

Hybrid modular systems using a steel-framed podium

Mark Lawson of the SCI discusses some of the recent research and developments in modular construction. Modular construction has established itself in the UK …

Clinical Services building up at Liverpool hospital scheme

Steel erection has been completed on the Clinical Services Support Building (CSSB) at the multi-million pound redevelopment of the Royal Liverpool University …

Economy drives steel design

A new London headquarters for a multinational advertising and public relations company, is rapidly taking shape with the aid of steel construction. Martin …

Town centre renaissance

Steel is playing a leading role in the biggest regeneration scheme of its kind in the East Riding of Yorkshire The construction of Flemingate, a large …

Residences in steel

Nine steel-framed student accommodation blocks form an integral part of the University of Salford’s expansion plans. An £84M project for the University of …

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