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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 …

All change at New Street Station

Major changes are taking place at Birmingham New Street, the UK’s busiest station outside of London. A major redevelopment of the station is underway, work …

Viaduct replacement

The rail line heading west from Swansea has been significantly improved with the opening of the new steel composite Loughor Viaduct. Opened in early April, the …

All change at Wakefield

The delivery of new station facilities at Wakefield Westgate station is reliant on steelwork’s speed of construction. Widespread changes are afoot in …

All change at London Bridge

A £6bn redevelopment programme of London Bridge Station, the country’s fourth busiest station, is now under way. Because of the complexity of the work and …

Steel creates access for all

Prefabricated steel elements have played a key role in a station access improvement programme that was successfully completed during a 51-hour weekend …

Improved station access for all

A host of important structural steel elements are being supplied and installed by Billington Structures as part of the redevelopment of Thornton Heath station …

On track for redevelopment

One of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects is under way at Reading station. Reliant on steel construction, the work includes time saving modular offsite …

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 …

SSDA Commendation: Borough High Street Bridge, London

Substantial additional rail capacity is accommodated on the Borough High Street Bridge, a structure that had to be pre-assembled and then launched over a busy …

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