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Steel creates modern office spaces

Today, companies want offices that are large, open plan and flexible, and the best way of creating such spaces is with structural steelwork. One Howick Place …

News in Brief – November/December 2011

Structural software developer, CSC, has released a new BIM integration tool, Revit Integrator. This free tool enables structural engineers and technicians to …

SSDA 2010 – Audi, West London

Situated alongside the M4 in west London, the Audi showroom is a celebration of automotive engineering and technical expertise which is seen by thousands of …

Banking with steel

A steel frame along with a Bi-Steel core with the strongest panels ever erected are helping a new commercial development for a banking institution achieve its …

City banks on steel

A new headquarters building for Rothschild merchant bank is currently under construction in the City of London. Situated opposite the bank’s current premises …

World’s largest Audi Centre opens in London

Steel construction played a major driving role in the completion of the London Audi Centre in Brentford which officially opened in October. The imposing new …

SSDA 2009 – Other finalists

30 Crown Place, London EC2  The project at 30 Crown Place is a £60M 18 storey high commercial office development offering 17,500m² of grade A office space …

All change at Cheapside

Plans are afoot to return one of London’s oldest thoroughfares into a retail destination. Martin Cooper reports from One New Change, a new landmark retail …

Spanish hotel for prestigious London site

Rowen Structures is currently erecting steelwork for a Spanish owned five-star hotel on the prominent and prestigious central London intersection of the Strand …

Quick connections to city tower

One of Manchester’s largest ever city centre developments is benefiting from a steelwork contractor’s rationalised supply and forward planning. Once …

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