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Future-proofed recycling

Described as a facility of the future, the steel-framed Sherbourne Resource Centre will, on completion, offer a sustainable solution for recyclable household …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Work underway at Coventry materials recycling facility

Steelwork erection is underway at Sherbourne Recycling’s site in Coventry, where Clegg Group has begun constructing a 175,000 tonnes per annum …

Trusses frame waste solution

Structural steelwork is taking a central role in the development of Edmonton EcoPark, a £1.2bn sustainable waste management hub in north

Roadmap to decarbonised steel construction

The route to net-zero carbon for steel construction has been clearly set out in a Roadmap from the BCSA, signposting the new and developing technologies that …

President’s Column: Nov/Dec 2021

In October, British Steel announced their ‘Low-Carbon Roadmap’ demonstrating its commitment to long-term sustainable steelmaking and the delivery of …

Client confidence strong that steel is still the cost-effective option

Despite COVID-19, Brexit and a global surge in raw material prices affecting all construction materials, demand for steel-framed buildings and other structures …

Steel answers sustainability – Part 2

In the second article of a two-part series, NSC publishes the final six frequently asked questions on sustainability for the steel construction

Work proceeds on Enfield energy recovery facility

Working on behalf of main contractor Taylor Woodrow, Caunton Engineering is fabricating, supplying and erecting the structural steelwork for a major energy …

Steel goes back to the future

This year’s Structural Steel Design Awards shortlist has been released – see News – and any fears that the COVID-19 pandemic might have impacted …

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