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New President sees better times ahead

Many chief executives can proudly boast that there are no jobs on the shop floor of their factories that they haven’t done or can’t do. BCSA’s first …

Commitment to innovation with steel

Nick Barrett meets Paul Westbury of Buro Happold, an engineer who has helped design some of the most prestigious steel structures of the last 15 years. There …

Making the difference

Tata Steel has reorganised its sales and marketing organisation with the previous product led approach being replaced by sector focused teams. Sales and …

Wilkinson at steel’s cutting edge

One of the best known names in UK architecture, whose international repute is growing strongly with ambitious and high profile projects under way worldwide, is …

Looking to the future

The worst of the downturn in construction demand is hopefully behind us, and new BCSA Director General Sarah McCann-Bartlett is looking ahead to future …

Retirement leaves a hole in tubes

Eddie Hole of Corus Tubes who has been one of the best known faces on the tubular steelwork scene for many years has retired. He tells Nick Barrett how Tubes …

Steel frames British Land’s sustainability strategy

Many of the biggest projects in the busy City of London property development scene are overseen by one of the smallest client in-house construction teams in …

Grimshaw grows in strength from succession

Once seen as the new kid on the block with a Meccano set, Grimshaw is now a mature, internationally acclaimed architectural practice. Managing Director Chris …

Dowling bows out on a high note

Outstanding engineer, academic, entrepreneur, humourist – Professor Patrick Dowling CBE, one of the steel sector’s most eminent protagonists, retires this …

Small firm carves a big reputation

Successful small firms in the UK steel industry are  invariably driven by a single character, often the founder of the company. Ty Byrd talks to one such …

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