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President’s Column: February 2021

It’s public news that steel section prices have increased dramatically over the last six months, mainly on the back of commodity prices rising for both BOS …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

SCI launches new protocol for reusing steel

In an effort to help the steel construction industry reduce greenhouse emissions, the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has launched a new protocol for …

News in Brief: July 2019

The Steel Piling Group has recently updated its popular guide, Durability of Steel Piles (P422). The guide, published by the Steel Construction Institute …

Commendation: Somers Town Bridge, London

Crossing the Regents Canal in London, Somers Town Bridge meets the structural demands with the very minimum of materials. Designed for cyclists and pedestrians …

Structural steel reuse

Following on from last month’s NSC article on Steel and the circular economy, Michael Sansom of the SCI focuses on structural steel reuse and in particular, …

Steel prototype building demonstrates sustainable approach

A steel-framed prototype building, being exhibited as part of the London Design Festival, is demonstrating the viability of a circular sustainable economy …

Market trades in steel

Two steel-framed structures are spearheading the multi-million pound redevelopment of London’s New Covent Garden Market. Martin Cooper reports. One of the …

SCI event focuses on steel construction’s evolution

The past, present and future of steel construction was the theme of the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) event, held at The Crystal in London Docklands. SCI …

Steel accommodates waste solution

An environmentally friendly steel-framed waste treatment centre will process refuse from three South Yorkshire authorities. Councils up and down the country …

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