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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 …

Northerly outpost gets new school and community centre

Work is progressing on schedule for a £48M school and community leisure centre project in one of the UK’s most northerly towns. The Wick Community Campus …

Highland academy under way

Work on the new Inverness Royal Academy is progressing on schedule with steelwork erection expected to begin in April. Said to be the largest school in the …

A brace of steel-framed schools for South Wales

ISG and architect Stride Treglown’s Agilis schools template has been selected by Vale of Glamorgan County Council to deliver a further two new primary …

January 2013 – New focus for schools

At this time last year, in the first issue of NSC of 2012, we looked forward against a fairly gloomy economic backdrop to school building resuming after the …

Norwich schools PFI programme gets under way

Steelwork has been completed on the new £5M Heartsease School project in Norwich, the first of six educational establishments being built by Kier Eastern as …

Delivering a complete solution for schools

Metsec is delivering the steel framing systems for a Building Schools for the Future programme being undertaken by main contractor Balfour Beatty. The …

Target Zero delivers final guidance

The complete series of Target Zero guidance reports covering five building types – schools, warehouses, supermarkets, offices and mixed-use developments are …

Schools galore

Flexibility, transportation and ease of construction played major roles in the decision to choose structural steelwork as the framing material for  six school …

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