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High-level steelwork completes on London residential towers

Forming external rooftop plant enclosures, high-level steelwork erection has been completed on two of London’s tallest residential towers. Working on behalf …

Skanska’s central London scheme reaches summit

Main contractor Skanska said its steel-framed Earnshaw Building in St Giles, central London, has reached the highest point of construction. The development …

Steel landmark for St Giles

Structural steelwork has proven to be the sustainable framing choice for a new 10-storey commercial building in Central London. Martin Cooper

Steel leads Baltic revival

Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle is continuing to expand with the construction of a prestigious residential scheme consisting of five steel-framed

British Land gives green light to Aldgate tower

Developer British Land has committed to Phase 2 of Aldgate Place, a 12,600m2 residential led, mixed-use scheme located on the fringe of the City of London. The …

Altrincham town centre being redeveloped with steel

Steel construction is progressing on the Chapel Square development in Altrincham town centre. Comprising two five-storey steel-framed apartment blocks and a …

Landmark central London entertainment venue completed

Work has been completed on the Outernet London project, a new immersive entertainment venue, set to help reinvigorate London’s iconic Denmark Street music …

Steel creates new residential scheme for Glasgow

Working on behalf of Springfield Properties, Hescott Engineering is fabricating, supplying and erecting 600t of structural steelwork for a residential scheme …

Crowning glory

A signature steel roof, known as the halo, creates an architectural highlight of a 25-storey London residential tower.

Academia embraces sustainability

A steel-framed solution has helped the University of Salford achieve its sustainability aspirations for its new Science, Engineering and Environmental (SEE) …

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