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Restraints around portal frames

In this second technical article on portal frames, David Brown of the Steel Construction Institute reviews the all-important correct positioning and …

In-plane stability of portal frames

David Brown of the Steel Construction Institute offers a reminder of the guidance covering in-plane stability of this very common form of construction. Judging …

Poultry farm lands in Eye

Leading UK food producer Cranswick is constructing a new £60M steel-framed poultry facility in Eye, Suffolk. A greenfield site on a rural airfield in Eye, …

Packaging factory is all in the frame

Speed of delivery and ease of construction are just two of the reasons why a steel-framed solution was chosen for a manufacturing facility in Ireland. Leading …

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 …

Eastern Gateway

Huge quantities of steelwork and vast amounts of earthmoving are involved in the creation of one of the UK’s first inland ports, which will offer half a …

Commendation: Brooklands Museum Aircraft Factory and Racetrack Revival

Rather than constructing a new steel structure, this project was all about renovating and relocating an existing historic Grade II listed hangar. Brooklands in …

Community spirit

A community hub containing a high school is set to reinvigorate Midlothian’s former coal mining area. A state-of-the-art community hub and high school, known …

Retail conversion

Installing new steel-framed floorplates into a refurbished 1960s shopping centre is helping to create a contemporary retail and dining quarter. Surrey’s …

An introduction to light gauge steel

Whether it is purlins, side rails, walling, composite panels or built up cladding solutions, light gauge steel products are utilised across multiple building …

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