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A large number of schools today are built using some form of catalogued building. One of these is SCOLA, the commercial member of which is Sanders & …

Tata Steel proposes efficient steel modules for schools

Tata Steel said it is at the forefront of creating the next generation of schools in the UK, which will give thousands of children access to education in safe, …

Schools to get ‘transformative’ investment

A ten-year ‘multi-wave’ and ‘transformative’ school building programme has been announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, with over £1,000M promised …

Education Buildings supplement available now

The Steel Construction – Education Buildings supplement, produced by Steel for Life and the British Constructional Steelwork Association (BCSA), is …

Steel construction quality stands out

The entire construction team on the steel-framed Bloomberg European headquarters building in the City will be delighted to have received further recognition of …

News in Brief: April 2017

Billington Holdings has reported strong profit and revenue growth in its full year results to 31 December 2016. Revenue increased from £56.7M in December 2015 …

Complex roof tops school

Steel construction has taken a leading role in the design and building of a new school in Antrim, Northern Ireland. A £20M new school project, funded through …

Historic college graduates with steel

400-year old Foyle College is to vacate its current premises for a new shared steel-framed facility overlooking the Derry/Londonderry riverfront. Martin Cooper …

Seven up for schools

As part of the Government’s Priority School Building Programme, Interserve and Kajima Partnerships JV has been awarded the design and build contract for …

Building publishes latest Steel Insight

The latest in the Steel Insight series of supplements, sponsored by Steel for Life, has been published in Building Magazine and is also available for free at …

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