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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 …

Merit: Maxwell Centre, Cambridge

Part of Cavendish Laboratory’s long-term development programme at the University of Cambridge, the £26M science facility has been developed to foster …

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