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Steelmaking’s sustainable future

As global supply and demand for raw steel moves into balance, steelmakers focus on a sustainable industry. The World Steel Association estimates that global …

News in Brief: March 2016

This year’s MACH 2016, the UK’s premier manufacturing technologies event, to be held at Birmingham NEC April 11-15, will host the latest innovations in …

Steel formulates iconic research facility

A cancer research centre in Manchester is being constructed with a steel frame to create a building that can flexibly accommodate both research laboratories …

Laboratory specifies steel

As well as consisting of a predominantly steel framed structure, the Medical Research Council’s new Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge has utilised …

Medical research relies on steel

A new Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) is under construction in Cambridge, which will replace an older laboratory and keep the Campus and the City at the …

Transformation of university campus

The University of Leeds is transforming its campus by investing more than £300M in a host of new state of the art educational research, residential and …

The fortress of steel

Five metre thick internal walls encasing a proton beam and target, and a steel frame incorporating a floor loading of 50t per square metre contributed to an …

SSDA 2005 – The Wellcome Trust, Gibbs Building, London

Medical research charity the Wellcome Trust wanted a prestigious headquarters building providing flexible working space for its 500 staff. The Gibbs building …

Across the great divide

Five huge transfer girders, the largest of which weighs 25t, are an unusual feature of University College London’s new Institute of Cancer Research Facility. …

National Space Centre, Leicester

The National Space Centre is the UK’s only attraction dedicated to space science and astronomy. The design comprises three principal elements: a main …

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