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President’s Column June 2020

The lockdown is starting to be relaxed and although things won’t be back to normal any time soon, a lot of construction sites are open (with the exception of …

Early involvement can boost sustainability

Last January we were looking ahead to a gathering of pace of a still nascent recovery in the demand for constructional steelwork and construction products and …

Recession a driver for change

Structural steelwork demand is expected to grow this year after hitting a nadir in 2013, BCSA President Ivor Roberts (pictured) told the association’s …

Good time for developers to build

Outside the Westminster venue of the BCSA’s National Meeting on the last day of February the Capital showed signs of the first buds of spring, but the green …

February 2010 – No time to turn the taps off

The recession might not be quite over, but there seems to be agreement that at least an end to the worst is in sight. With financial meltdown averted and the …

February 2009 – Steel still dominates growth sectors

Fewer construction projects will be undertaken this year as recession bites, but it is hard to see any reason to expect steel to be selected for a smaller …

January 2009 – Recession forges quality solutions

Are the first green shoots of recovery visible in the new construction orders figures released by the government before Christmas? The three month rolling …

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