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Feature steel staircase for landmark Bristol development

A steel helical staircase, to be fabricated by Taunton Fabrications, will be a feature element of a new 7-storey commercial scheme, which forms the latest …

Factory of the future

China’s leading biologics medicine manufacturer is constructing its first ever European production facility in Ireland. Martin Cooper reports from Dundalk. …

Offsite solutions

David Brown of the SCI reports on a recently completed research project, with some suggestions to increase still further the offsite content of steel-framed …

Contract awarded for A19 flyover

Forming part of Highways England’s A19 Testo’s Junction Improvement Scheme, Cleveland Bridge has been awarded the contract to install a new 141.4m-long …

Offsite manufacturing in the frame

In this article, NSC focuses on lightweight cold formed steel products, a vital component for many steel construction projects. Designers and specifiers have …

Big girders installed for Facebook offices

A series of 20m-long fabricated girders, which are all 2.9m deep and 1.1m-wide, have been installed to create the roof of a 600-seat theatre in London’s …

Powering ahead

New steelwork construction and an extensive restoration programme are transforming Battersea Power Station into a huge multi-use destination, which will be the …

Contractor begins bridge work on North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Cleveland Bridge has begun replacing the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) landmark Bridge 27, which is the first in a series of scheduled vital repairs for …

Historic link restored

For the first time in more than 500 years, the two halves of Tintagel Castle have been reconnected after the installation of a new steel footbridge. Perched on …

56m-long girders depart for East Midlands bridge

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge has broken their own company record and fabricated a pair of 56m-long girders for a new bridge spanning the A45 in …

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