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FACT FILE1-4 Marble Arch, LondonMain client: Portman EstateArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main contractor: Galliford TryStructural engineer: AKT …

News in Brief: May 2021

Severfield said it has strengthened its commitment to reducing carbon emissions by signing up to the SteelZero initiative, which is led by international …

Steel production at former TV studio

The redevelopment of the old Granada Television Studios in Manchester is now in full swing, as the steelwork completes on one of the scheme’s new office …

Prestigious central London mixed-use scheme completes

Make Architects said it has completed Derwent London’s largest-ever project, a mixed-use scheme combining reuse and new build elements to provide 30,000m2 of …

Hybrid design creates landmark structure

A new steel frame, combined with retained concrete elements, both of which reuse existing foundations, is helping to create an economically-designed commercial …

King’s Cross expands with steel

FACT FILEP2 Building, King’s Cross, LondonMain client: King’s Cross Central Limited PartnershipArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main …

Hybrid design transforming the site of famous London department store

A £50M high-quality commercial and retail scheme is being created on the site of the former Pontings department store at 127 Kensington High Street, in west …

Warrington indoor market officially opens

The new steel-framed permanent home for Warrington’s award-winning market has now officially opened safely and in line with government guidelines heralding …

Retail boost for Cumbria

A steel framing solution has provided a new retail development in Carlisle with the required open-plan floor space and a quick construction programme. Retail …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

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