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Renovation begins on 115-year old Newport Transporter Bridge

Steelwork contractor Cleveland Bridge is returning to renovate the Newport Transporter Bridge, a structure it helped to build at the start of the 20th Century. …

Steel restores historic Leeds landmark

Work is underway to renovate and rebuild First White Cloth Hall, one of Leeds’ most historic buildings. The project includes constructing a new modern glazed …

Powering ahead

New steelwork construction and an extensive restoration programme are transforming Battersea Power Station into a huge multi-use destination, which will be the …

Steel frames a yarn

An irregular-shaped building with a folding origami-style roof is being built to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland. Martin Cooper reports on a project which …

Commendation: Brooklands Museum Aircraft Factory and Racetrack Revival

Rather than constructing a new steel structure, this project was all about renovating and relocating an existing historic Grade II listed hangar. Brooklands in …

Market trades with steel

The restoration work of a Victorian covered market in Preston has embraced both old ironwork and new steelwork. Martin Cooper reports. Preston’s Grade II …

Historic chapel given new lease of life

Built in the 1830s but derelict for a number of years, the Grade II listed Welsh Baptist Chapel in Upper Brook Street, Manchester is being converted into a …

Coatings restore historic airship hangar

Paint supplied by Hempel has been used for the restoration of a historic hangar once used to house airships at RAF Cardington in Bedfordshire. The structure is …

Steel beats the drum

Feature steelwork is playing a crucial part in the construction of an eye-catching addition to one of Bristol’s most historic squares. In the 18th century …

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