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Steel projects star at 2020 BCO awards

Projects that used a steel-framed solution have won accolades at this year’s British Council for Offices (BCO) annual awards. Split into five regions …

Schools to get ‘transformative’ investment

A ten-year ‘multi-wave’ and ‘transformative’ school building programme has been announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with over £1,000M promised …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

Steelwork completed for Birmingham Symphony Hall extension

Working on behalf of Galliford Try, H Young Structures has completed the steelwork programme for the refurbishment of the Birmingham Symphony Hall. Adjoining …

Steelwork contractor goes on rollercoaster ride

Taziker Industrial has retracked four sections of the Big One rollercoaster at Blackpool Pleasure Beach as part of the amusement park’s redevelopment …

London commercial block reinvented with steel

Originally opened in 1997, the concrete-framed 1 Triton Square in central London is being refurbished and enlarged with three new upper levels and additional …

Rebuild, remodel

One of the first phases of the wider Broadgate redevelopment, the 100 Liverpool Street project will link together two existing buildings and add four extra …

All change at Waterloo

Part of the project to revamp the former Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station, a roof structure, requiring a high degree of complex design work, will bridge …

Tin Pan Alley redevelopment taking shape

A mixed-use development that combines retail, leisure and entertainment spaces, commercial offices and residential accommodation across four new buildings and …

Tay Bridge refurbishment wins national award

Following a 20-year refurbishment of the Tay Bridge, the UK’s longest railway structure, the work has been recognised as an outstanding achievement and …

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