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Second city paradise

e steel-framed 13-storey One Centenary Way is the first building to be constructed in phase two of Birmingham’s Paradise

Steel tower provides regeneration centrepiece

Structural steelwork continues to be the preferred framing material for Manchester’s burgeoning commercial sector. Manchester’s commercial sector shows …

Yin and yang towers

Steelwork has been completed on the second of twin commercial buildings in King’s Cross, that have been designed to look like they have been pulled apart …

One hundred and out

The second of two commercial buildings sat on a former railway station podium in Salford is quickly taking shape. Martin Cooper reports. The 100 Embankment …

Steelwork installation begins for Antarctic wharf

Following two months of deconstructing the old Biscoe wharf, the first steel frame of the new 74m-long wharf structure at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) …

SCI Steel Day highlights construction efficiency

Entitled ‘Transforming construction using steel to deliver greater productivity’ the Steel Construction Institute’s (SCI) annual event, held at the Royal …

Commendation: Approach Viaduct South, Queensferry Crossing

Opened in August 2017, Transport Scotland’s Queensferry Crossing is both the UK’s tallest bridge and the world’s longest three-tower, cable-stayed …

Merit: 101 The Embankment, Salford

Although the original buildings and platforms are long gone, the Grade II listed sandstone façade and viaduct that once supported the long-gone Exchange …

Pre-let success

A steel-framed solution was the answer for the latest stand-out commercial development in London’s King’s Cross. Martin Cooper reports. The latest …

Merit: Market Place Shopping Centre Redevelopment, Bolton

An historic shopping centre has undergone a major transformation with the addition of a cinema complex along with the internal re-structuring of the central …

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