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A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Award: Thames Tower Redevelopment, Reading

A 1970s office block has been given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra steel-framed floors above level 11. The project’s original …

Seven up for schools

As part of the Government’s Priority School Building Programme, Interserve and Kajima Partnerships JV has been awarded the design and build contract for …

Tower tops out with steel

A 1970s concrete office block is being given a new lease of life with enlarged floorplates and four extra levels, all with the aid of steel construction. …

Other finalist – Reading Station Transfer Deck

Reading Station is undergoing an upgrade as part of the wider £895M Reading Station Area Redevelopment scheme; new platforms have been added and existing …

Thames crossing to be built with steel

A new pedestrian and cycle bridge spanning the River Thames at Reading, designed by architect Design Engine in collaboration with engineers Peter Brett …

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 …

All change for Reading station redevelopment

Work to enlarge and redevelop Reading station, one of the busiest parts of the UK’s rail network, is progressing on schedule with steel construction playing …

Big is best for distribution

A large distribution centre in Reading is being constructed for Tesco, and steelwork’s speed of construction is ensuring a tight programme is being adhered …

Around the Press – February 2012

Construction News 13 January 2011 Modular steel frame boost for contractors Steel specialists using the Corefast prefabricated steel lift core system are now …

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