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Go-ahead given for major Farringdon refurbishment scheme

Developer Welput and its funding partner BentallGreenOak have received planning consent for the refurbishment and extension of its Farringdon Road Estate to …

Repurposing a landmark

Forming part of the wider redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall, a structurally-independent steel-framed film and television studio is being constructed …

Canopy work completed at Temple Meads station

Network Rail and Taziker Industrial have completed the initial refurbishment programme at Bristol Temple Meads station by repainting the entrance canopies with …

Commercial reinvention

One of the first buildings to be built on the Canary Wharf financial estate in east London is being innovatively reconfigured and enlarged to be a Grade-A …

Work set to begin on Canary Wharf steel-framed office enlargement

Skanska has begun work on refurbishing and enlarging 30 South Colonnade, an 11-storey steel-framed commercial office building in east London’s Canary Wharf …

Steel serves up store refurbishment

A famous department store in Dublin is being refurbished with structural steelwork to form the centrepiece of a new mixed-use

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 …

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