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Royals visit the Kelpies

Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh visited the Kelpies to unveil a commemorative plaque and open a new section of the Forth & Clyde Canal. …

Award: Harlech Castle Footbridge

Designed as an S-shaped Vierendeel truss, a new footbridge links Harlech Castle with a new visitor centre and dramatically improves visitor access. Harlech …

Award: The Memorial Spire, International Bomber Command Centre, Lincoln

The International Bomber Command Centre is being created to provide a world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation …

SSDA 2016: National Finalists

Energy from Waste Facility, Peterborough FACT FILE Architect: BHP Design (UK) Ltd Structural engineer: MLM Consulting Engineers Ltd Steelwork contractor: …

Westonbirt canopy walkway opens to visitors

The STIHL Treetop Walkway at the Westonbirt National Arboretum in Gloucestershire officially opened to visitors on 27th April. Offering spectacular views …

Walking high

A steel walkway that transports visitors through the forest canopy will open this month at the UK’s National Arboretum. Martin Cooper reports. Famous for its …

Inspiring memorial

A 31m-high weathering steel spire forms the centrepiece of a memorial to those who served with Bomber Command. A total of 27 Bomber Command bases were located …

Bomber Command memorial unveiled

A 31m-high weathering steel spire commemorating those who served with Bomber Command during the Second World War has been officially unveiled. Forming the …

Royal opening for The Kelpies

The Kelpies have received a royal seal of approval as Her Royal Highness Princess Anne has officially opened the world’s largest pair of equine sculptures …

Award – Merchant Square Footbridge, London

A moving footbridge with a deck that unfurls like a Japanese fan has become a landmark structure at Merchant Square in Paddington. Spanning the Grand Union …

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