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Set square in Steel

From BUILDING WITH STEEL November 1970 A few years ago Ken Bartlett designed a steel housing system for a competition organized by the then ECSC. He has …

Steel completes for Kent retirement village

Working on behalf of main contractor Kier, H Young Structures has completed the erection of 400t of steelwork for the Ledian Gardens Retirement Village near …

Birmingham’s Arden Cross launches £3bn masterplan

Said to be one of the country’s best-connected strategic locations and home to the HS2 Interchange Station, Arden Cross in Birmingham has launched an …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

New church accommodated with steel

Steel construction has provided all the answers for a new church and residential scheme in south London. A community-led Anglican church in south London is …

Offsite manufacturing in the frame

In this article, NSC focuses on lightweight cold formed steel products, a vital component for many steel construction projects. Designers and specifiers have …

Mace issues multi-million-pound plans for Stevenage

Known as SG1, Mace has submitted a planning application for a multi-million-pound scheme to redevelop 14.5 acres of Stevenage town centre. The proposals will …

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 …

Bespoke design for city gateway

Steel-framed commercial buildings, each with their own individual design, are taking centre stage on a multi-million-pound development in Salford. Martin …

History lesson

The need to preserve and exhibit Roman remains has dictated the design and configuration of a steel transfer structure that supports a new student …

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