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Client confidence strong that steel is still the cost-effective option

Despite COVID-19, Brexit and a global surge in raw material prices affecting all construction materials, demand for steel-framed buildings and other structures …

President’s Column: July/August 2021

On the 24th June, the BCSA held its AGM in London, I was voted in to serve another year. At times like this it is only natural to reflect on the last year in …

President’s Column: February 2021

It’s public news that steel section prices have increased dramatically over the last six months, mainly on the back of commodity prices rising for both BOS …

Steel stays the competitive choice

Tender prices fell to unsustainable levels during the post credit crisis and recession years, placing the entire supply chain under pressure. Demand has …

Design guidance tradition strengthened

At the start of last year the steel construction sector was confidently reporting to clients that there was plenty of capacity in the sector to ensure that …

No crisis in structural steelwork supply

The words ‘steel’ and ‘crisis’ have been inseparable in newspaper headlines for the past couple of weeks, with good reason as the steel making industry …

Steel: the cost competitive solution

Prices for all construction materials are rising and fabricated structural steelwork is no exception, despite the background of falls in crude oil and iron ore …

Price rises to boost demand?

Construction materials prices are rising again, which could bring developers and other clients who have been waiting for prices to hit bottom from off the …

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