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Keys handed over for steel-framed Borders school

Scottish Borders Council has taken possession of the newly-completed Jedburgh Grammar Campus following handover by its development partner hub South East and …

Steel design stacks up

Structural steelwork has provided the required efficient design and column-free spaces for a new leisure centre and an academy in east London. Martin Cooper …

Education in the frame

A tried and tested method, using steelwork in conjunction with precast flooring planks, is being successfully used for a sixth educational scheme in Fife. …

Mace issues multi-million-pound plans for Stevenage

Known as SG1, Mace has submitted a planning application for a multi-million-pound scheme to redevelop 14.5 acres of Stevenage town centre. The proposals will …

School report

Steel construction was chosen for a new North West academy for speed of construction and its flexibility if structural alterations were required in the future. …

Back to school with lightweight frame

Steelwork having the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any construction material was one of the main reasons it was chosen for the frame of a new school in …

School parades redevelopment

A primary school is one of the first assets to be constructed at Mindenhurst, a new community taking shape on former military land in Surrey. Home to an Army …

Steel gives lessons in design

Steel construction’s speed and ease of delivery has proven to be of upmost importance to the project team building a new academy in Kent. Educational …

Lessons learnt in steel

A standardised steel-framed design is helping a school project in the North East of England to quickly take shape. Martin Cooper reports from Hartlepool. Part …

Work starts on state-of-the-art Hartlepool school

Steelwork erection has started on the new English Martyrs School in Hartlepool which forms part of a major Government education programme in the North East. …

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