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Roadmap to decarbonised steel construction

The route to net-zero carbon for steel construction has been clearly set out in a Roadmap from the BCSA, signposting the new and developing technologies that …

President’s Column: Nov/Dec 2021

In October, British Steel announced their ‘Low-Carbon Roadmap’ demonstrating its commitment to long-term sustainable steelmaking and the delivery of …

Steel answers sustainability – Part 2

In the second article of a two-part series, NSC publishes the final six frequently asked questions on sustainability for the steel construction

Column strengthening

Re-use and adaptation of existing buildings may make column strengthening more common in the future. In this article, Richard Henderson of the SCI considers …

UK average embodied carbon of structural steel

In the April edition of New Steel Construction, British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA) and Steel Construction Institute (SCI) published an average …

President’s Column: February 2021

It’s public news that steel section prices have increased dramatically over the last six months, mainly on the back of commodity prices rising for both BOS …

HS2 precast manufacturing facilities

FACT FILEHS2 precast manufacturing facilitiesMain client: HS2Main contractor: ALIGN JV (Bouygues Travaux Publics, Sir Robert McAlpine, and …

Aiming for zero carbon steelmaking

ArcelorMittal says it is at the forefront of an initiative to ensure the steelmaking sector achieves the Paris Agreement’s environmental aspirations. In 2015 …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

SCI launches new protocol for reusing steel

In an effort to help the steel construction industry reduce greenhouse emissions, the Steel Construction Institute (SCI) has launched a new protocol for …

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