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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 …

Steelwork rises on Broadgate redevelopment

Work is progressing on the 100 Liverpool Street project which forms part of the wider Broadgate redevelopment scheme in the City of London. The project will …

In the post

A former Royal Mail sorting office is being reconfigured into a new mixed-use development with large areas of the original steel structure being retained. …

Retail buys into town centre revival

A steel-framed Sainsbury’s store and car park form an initial phase in Redhill’s ambitious redevelopment plans. The Surrey town of Redhill is getting a …

Structural steel reuse

Following on from last month’s NSC article on Steel and the circular economy, Michael Sansom of the SCI focuses on structural steel reuse and in particular, …

Award: London Olympic Roof Conversion

The stadium built for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games has been transformed with the addition of the world’s largest spanning tensile roof. …

Steel prototype building demonstrates sustainable approach

A steel-framed prototype building, being exhibited as part of the London Design Festival, is demonstrating the viability of a circular sustainable economy …

Industry solves technical challenge

Structural steelwork has played a prominent role in creating a technical college with an industrial identity. A brownfield site in Woolwich, south London, is …

Steel – the never ending story

Reclaiming and reusing structural steelwork provides an environmental option unavailable with other construction materials, writes John Dowling, BCSA …

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