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College design draws on church tradition

Steelwork erection has been completed on the multi-million pound Trinity Catholic College project in Middlesbrough. Working on behalf of main contractor …

First Target Zero guidance now available

The first of five Target Zero guides, covering secondary schools, has been published and is now available at www.targetzero.info  The schools guidance …

Steel’s sustainability advantage

Guest speaker Michelle McDowell, Chair of the Association for Consultancy and Engineering, said signs were already being seen of improvement in the …

Sustainable schools guidance published

Target Zero the first project to undertake a detailed comparison of different energy efficiency measures, low or zero carbon technologies and Allowable …

Bright future provided by steel framed schools

Steel sourced from Corus, which has a large manufacturing plant at Scunthorpe, is making a substantial local impact by being used to construct two new schools …

Community spirited school

NSC reports on the continuing National Academies framework in Liverpool where the new £24M Litherland High School for Sefton Council is under construction. …

World class academy for Manchester

The steel frame for the new state of the art Manchester Enterprise Academy has been completed by Billington Structures. The £19M educational facility will …

A school for future needs

In-built flexibility has played a major role in the design of a new school in Liverpool, where all teaching blocks can be enlarged and rearranged to …

June 2009 – Education ambition demands benefits of steel

The search for those elusive green shoots of recovery sometimes seems to be taking on near manic proportions, with City commentators falling over themselves to …

New school is lesson in design

Large internal spans and plenty of exposed steelwork were central to the design of new buildings for a school in south London renowned for its performance and …

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