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A rational design approach to fire safety

Structural Fire Engineering, a rational and scientific approach to ensuring the safety of buildings, is increasingly popular, as delegates to a series of …

Engineered fire safety

The British Constructional Steelwork Association and Tata Steel will bring together some of the UK’s leading experts on fire safety engineering in two …

Partial factors – obscure objects of desire? Part two

Alastair Hughes reviews the choices available in the Eurocodes and questions ‘what next?’. Part One (in the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of NSC) has been a long …

Steel safety system wins recognition

Leach Structural Steelwork won Balfour Beatty’s Zero Harm – Supply Chain Award at the contractor’s Northern Annual Supply Chain Seminar for 2012. The …

Partial factors – obscure objects of desire?

In a two part article, Alastair Hughes, formerly of the SCI, delves into the UK’s structural safety culture, remarks on an uncharacteristic permissiveness …

Steel supplement sets out the surest way for construction

Distributed with this issue of New Steel Construction, The Surest Way is Steel is a brochure that fully explains the many advantages associated with the design …

February 2012 – Steel creates its own legacy

The steel construction sector has always been able to boast about the high level of successful investment it makes in productivity and sustainability enhancing …

Framing hospital excellence

A new 800 bed acute hospital is rapidly taking shape in north Bristol, a project which is making use of more than 6,000t of structural steelwork and aiming to …

Rapid rail system aids quick steel assembly

The new Rapid Rail Support System launched by Metsec is said to allow steel erectors to assemble the side rail supports without the need for tools, nuts, bolts …

Test changes for CSCS cards on the way

A new and refreshed CSCS card test will be introduced as from 2 April 2012, a move that will affect all new applicants. Three card tests will be available, …

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