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Work starts on Old Oak Common rail super-hub

HS2 Ltd has commenced permanent works on its west London super-hub station at Old Oak Common, a project that will eventually require 73,000t of steel. …

Inland port expands with steel

SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway is continuing to expand with the construction of one of the largest temperature-controlled distribution centres in …

New rail manufacturing hub for Humberside

Siemens Mobility has awarded the £40M contract to build its new rail manufacturing site at Goole to Yorkshire-based GMI. In addition to the main manufacturing …

Steel signal gantry installed at Bristol

During a Christmas period rail possession a 33m-long signal gantry structure, fabricated by Adey Steel, was installed at Bristol East Junction. The steel …

HS2 precast manufacturing facilities

FACT FILEHS2 precast manufacturing facilitiesMain client: HS2Main contractor: ALIGN JV (Bouygues Travaux Publics, Sir Robert McAlpine, and …

Steel’s the ticket for new rail depot

Structural steelwork has played an important role in the construction of Northern Railway’s new maintenance depot in Manchester Train services in the North …

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 …

Go ahead given for West Midlands rail hub

The government has given the green light for the construction of a new rail freight hub on land adjacent to the M6 motorway in Staffordshire. Known as the West …

Manchester’s Ordsall Chord receives Major Project Award

The Ordsall Chord, a new railway line connecting Manchester’s Piccadilly, Victoria and Oxford Road stations for the first time, has received the Royal …

Bridge links city bypass

Forming an important part of the Lincoln A15 Eastern Bypass, a weathering steel bridge carrying two railway lines has been successfully installed. Covering a …

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