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Paddington transformed

The redevelopment of the west London area of Paddington is continuing apace with the construction of an 18-storey steel-framed structure that contains a new …

News in Brief: July/August 2021

Steelwork contractor Severfield has reported an 11% revenue increase to £363.3M for the year ending March 2021, compared to £327.4M in 2020, which represents …

New station inspired by steel

High Speed 2 (HS2) has shortlisted three contractors that will be invited to tender for the project’s £570M Birmingham Curzon Street station. The firms …

Birmingham HS2 Curzon Street station gets planning approval

City councillors have voted unanimously in favour of plans for Birmingham’s landmark HS2 Curzon Street station. The £571M station will eventually link …

Updated designs unveiled for West Midlands HS2 stations

New designs for the two new high-speed rail stations in the West Midlands have been unveiled, with HS2 aiming to create two of the most …

Work underway for Luton Airport fast transit system

Steelwork erection has commenced for a new viaduct that forms an integral part of the £225M Luton fast transit system, which will link London Luton Airport …

News in Brief: September 2019

Manchester Galvanizing [part of the Wedge Group] has more than doubled its works footprint at Heywood, near Rochdale, following a £1M expansion project. A …

Steel complete for Wolverhampton station phase one

The steel frame for phase one of Wolverhampton’s new railway station building has been completed. Working on behalf of Galliford Try, Adstone Construction …

All change at Waterloo

Part of the project to revamp the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station, a roof structure, requiring a high degree of complex design work, will bridge …

Shaping the steel sector

The use of curved steel bent into shape by UK specialist steel bending companies continues to help designers create elaborate landmark structures. Curved …

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