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Town centre regenerates with steel

Structural steelwork is playing a central role in a large-scale regeneration programme that will further enhance Stockport as a popular destination for …

Lakeside centre shops for steel

Steel-framed buildings have taken centre stage at the Rushden Lakes retail and leisure complex. Shopping and nature may not necessarily go hand in hand, but a …

Amazon flows into central England

The centrepiece of a new distribution park is a huge warehouse for the world’s largest online retailer. Distribution centres don’t come much larger than …

BCSA Eurocode publication updated

The British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) has updated ‘Eurocode Load Combinations for Steel Structures’. The guide provides straightforward …

The winds of change

Part of the wider Green Port Hull vision, Siemens is building a large steel-framed blade manufacturing facility on the River Humber. Martin Cooper reports. …

Frame up for Manchester Airport Amazon warehouse

Working on behalf of main contractor McLaren Construction, Caunton Engineering has designed, supplied and erected 1,500t of structural steelwork for a new …

Computer designed frames

Two steel-framed structures will house and service the Met Office’s new supercomputer, a device that will bolster the UK’s position as a world leader in …

Steel delivers giant grocery store in Kent

A large steel-framed temperature-controlled warehouse has risen up on the south bank of the River Thames at Erith, Kent for online grocery retailer Ocado. …

Straw power

Housing East Anglia’s latest biomass renewable energy plant are a number of large steel-framed buildings. The latest straw powered biomass energy plant is …

Retail buys into city centre revamp

The regeneration of Sheffield city centre’s main shopping area is on going with steel construction playing a pivotal role. The Moor has been Sheffield city …

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