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Champagne design

Martin Cooper reports from a Hampshire vineyard that is expanding its facilities with a steel-framed wine cellar. If one was listing famous winemaking regions …

Bespoke design for central London mixed-use scheme

Located in the central London district of Fitzrovia, the 80 Charlotte Street development is using an architecturally-driven bespoke design, which includes all …

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 creates stand-out campus

Overlooking a Scottish Borders town, an architecturally-impressive school campus has been constructed with a steel framing solution. Three existing schools in …

Steel creates sporting legacy

A value-engineered and highly efficient steel-framed sports hub will help the University of Warwick achieve its ambitious physical activity targets. Due to …

Lessons learnt in steel

A standardised steel-framed design is helping a school project in the North East of England to quickly take shape. Martin Cooper reports from Hartlepool. Part …

Steel stars at Irish cinema

The city of Kilkenny will soon have a new 10-screen cinema complex, as construction work is currently progressing apace on the site of a former cattle market. …

Sport in the frame

York’s Community Stadium will host football and rugby league, as well as providing an array of leisure facilities and a 13-screen cinema. Martin Cooper …

Steel frame accommodates innovation

A flat soffit and exposed steelwork will all work towards creating a suitable industrial-looking environment for a university’s engineering and research …

Merit: Maxwell Centre, Cambridge

Part of Cavendish Laboratory’s long-term development programme at the University of Cambridge, the £26M science facility has been developed to foster …

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