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Top marks for steel design

Steel construction is playing a leading role in the delivery of a major upgrade that will increase a south London school’s capacity and provide new and …

Steel frame gets tops marks for New Malden school

Structural steelwork is nearing completion for a new, three-storey, teaching block and sports hall for Burlington Junior School in New Malden, south London. …

Sustainable redevelopment

New steel-framed floors, incorporating reused steel sections, are helping a well-known Dublin city centre building to be reimagined into a 21st Century …

President’s Column – January 2024

Until global steel production from lower-carbon technology matches global demand, it is now becoming widely understood that specifying your steelwork supply …

AWARD: Battersea Power Station, London

The landmark, Grade II* listed and much-loved industrial relic has been sympathetically transformed into a vibrant twenty-first century destination. FACT …

AWARD: HYLO, London

A total of 13 new steel-framed floors have been added to a 1960s-built office block, resulting in one of the most pioneering tall building retrofit projects in …

COMMENDATION: Clery’s Quarter, Dublin

One of the world’s first purpose-built department stores has been refurbished with structural steelwork to create a new city centre mixed-use development. …

Work set to start on major Islington office refurb

McLaren Construction has been awarded the shell and core contract for the refurbishment of Angel Square in Islington by developer Tishman Speyer. The project …

MERIT: Houlton School, Rugby

Steel construction has allowed an historically significant radio station building to be retained and converted into a large secondary and sixth form school. …

Contract awarded for £50M low carbon London office scheme

Main contractor ISG has won the contract to redevelop and refurbish Woolworth House in Marylebone, central London. The mixed-use scheme, for General Projects …

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