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Severfield bridge lift completed on Ordsall Chord

Weighing more than 600t, what is said to be the UK’s first asymmetric network arch bridge was successfully lifted into place last month by two of the largest …

Government commits to HS2

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed that the government is committed to pressing ahead with HS2 to tackle the looming capacity crisis the rail …

Steel puts Crossrail rolling stock on track

Having secured a contract to manufacture trains for London’s Crossrail, Bombardier is constructing a new steel-framed train inspection building. The UK rail …

Car park aids West Midlands station expansion

Bourne Parking, part of Bourne Construction Engineering, will be erecting a single deck car park as part of the Four Oaks Station expansion programme. The …

News in Brief – March 2015

The final part of Swindon’s steel framed £16.6M Regent Circus scheme – a six-screen Cineworld – has opened completing the town centre project. Anchored …

Collaboration reaps better rail services

Adey Steel and Tata Steel’s Profiling Centre are playing a pivotal role in one of largest rail improvement schemes to be undertaken in modern times. Network …

Network Rail approves FLI’s flexi-pile cap

FLI Structures’ patented steel flexi-pile cap has now been Form 1 approved by Network Rail for use in its electrification programme. The product is an …

London Bridge stays on track with steel

Working on the tight and confined London Bridge station redevelopment site, Cleveland Bridge has no room to install a mobile crane and has had to come up with …

Steel ribs span station restoration

The centrepiece of Manchester Victoria station’s restoration and conversion into a regional transportation hub is a curving steel framed roof. Martin Cooper …

Roofs depart and arrive at Manchester Victoria station

A £44M revamp of Manchester Victoria has kicked off with the dismantling of the station’s wrought iron roof structure. In order to bring the station up to …

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